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Biden in action on Corona, America will buy 500 million doses of Pfizer vaccine for poor countries

Biden Covid Vaccine Doses Plan: US President Joe Biden has geared up to help poor countries in the Corona crisis. America is going to buy 500 million doses of Pfizer vaccine. This vaccine will be given to poor and needy countries.


  • US President Joe Biden has come into action in the Corona virus crisis
  • US to buy 500 million doses of Pfizer vaccine for 92 low-income countries
  • Biden will announce this just before the start of the G7 summit

US President Joe Biden has come into action, surrounded by allegations of not helping poor countries in the Corona virus catastrophe. The US will buy 500 million doses of Pfizer’s vaccine through the global Covax alliance to donate the anti-Covid vaccine to 92 low-income countries and the African Union next year. A person with knowledge of the matter has given this information.

The person said that President Joe Biden would make an announcement on Thursday in a speech before the start of the Group Seven summit. 200 million doses of the vaccine will be donated this year while the remaining doses will be donated during the first six months of 2022. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters on Wednesday that Biden is committed to sharing the vaccine because it is in America’s public health and strategic interest.

Kovid 19 figure crossed 17.43 crores

The US has faced pressure to outline a global plan for vaccine sharing. In all, the White House has announced a global sharing of 80 million doses by the end of June, most of which will be given through Covax. Biden is going to make this announcement at a time when corona cases are increasing continuously in the world.

According to Johns Hopkins University, the overall global Kovid-19 figure has crossed 174.3 million, while the deaths have exceeded 37.5 lakh. The global figure and the death toll currently stand at 174,311,218 and 3,754,914 respectively. According to CSSE, the US continues to be the worst-hit country with the world’s highest number of cases and deaths at 33,413,999 and 598,760 respectively. India ranks second in terms of infection with 29,089,069 cases. In terms of deaths, Brazil is at number two with 479,515 deaths and India (353,528) is at third place.


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