USA Shares 80 Million Doses Of Vaccine With The World
US President Biden announced on his Twitter account that 80 million doses of vaccines in the hands of the USA will be shared with the rest of the world.
The post of Biden is as follows:
“America will never be completely safe as this epidemic intensifies globally. So today I am announcing that we will ship 80 million doses of vaccine overseas in the next six weeks.
This is what needs to be done. This is the smart thing to do. This is the strongest thing to do.”
In the USA, where the number of cases reached 33 million and the loss of life exceeded 583 thousand, the vaccination race against coronavirus continues. According to the latest data of the CDC, the rate of those who have at least one dose of vaccine to the population in the USA has reached 46.4 percent. The rate of those who are fully vaccinated is 35.4 percent. According to the CDC, nearly 154 million Americans received their first dose of vaccine, the number of those who were fully vaccinated exceeded 117 million.
The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had taken a major normalization step for the country and on May 13, decided that people who were fully vaccinated against coronavirus do not need to wear masks and follow social distance rules indoors and outdoors.
Ghebreyesus, Director of the World Health Organization, called on high-income countries planning to vaccinate children and young people after adults to donate their vaccines to low-income countries.
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