(Worthy News) – President Joe Biden announced Thursday that the U.S. will purchase and donate half a billion doses of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine to countries struggling with supply.
Biden stressed that the effort was in the U.S.’s best interest and that he would not expect anything from other nations in return.
Biden, who is in the region to attend the Group of Seven summit, said that the U.S. contribution would lay the “foundation” for other wealthy nations to share vaccines globally and that the G-7 leaders would announce Friday “the full scope of our commitment” to address the pandemic. [ Source: NBC News (Read More…) ]
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