The US has said that it is identifying the sources from which the raw material for the vaccine can be sent immediately.
In view of the horrific outbreak of Corona in India, America has agreed to help us immediately. The US has said that it is identifying the sources from which the raw material for the vaccine can be sent immediately. US National Security Advisor (NSA) Jack Sullivan said these things to Indian NSA Ajit Doval.
Jack Sullivan tweeted on Sunday that he talked to National Security Advisor Ajit Doval about the growing cases of COVID-19 in India. We have agreed that we will have more talks in the coming days. He said that America is standing with the people of India in this difficult time and we are deploying more and more supplies and resources.
Spoke today with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval about the spike in COVID cases in India and we agreed to stay in close touch in the coming days. The United States stands in solidarity with the people of India and we are deploying more supplies and resources: pic.twitter.com/yDM7v2J7OA
— Jake Sullivan (@JakeSullivan46) April 25, 2021
Earlier, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken also expressed full confidence in India’s help. He had said that his country would rapidly provide additional help to India and its health heroes amid the horrific outbreak of COVID-19. Blinken said in a tweet on Sunday night, “Our sympathies are with the people of India amid the horrific outbreak of COVID-19.”
Biden was getting criticized
The US has taken this decision at a time when pressure was mounting on the Biden administration to send COVID-19 vaccines and other life-saving medical supplies to India. The US had banned the export of raw matter of COVID-19 vaccine. This decision was being criticized in his own country. Biden said that America cannot do this unless it has enough vaccines for its own use. Amid growing criticism, the top health adviser of the Biden administration, Doctor Anthony Fauchi, said that the US is looking for ways to help India. Doctor Anthony Fauchi said that several steps are being considered. These include sending oxygen, supporting the COVID-19 investigation and sending medicines and personal protective equipment.
These arguments were given to ban export
The US argued in favor of a ban on the export of key raw materials used to produce the COVID-19 vaccine, and said that its first responsibility was to look after the needs of the American people. The possibility of slowing down the pace of manufacture of vaccine in India was increased due to the ban on export of the main raw material of COVID-19 vaccine in the US.
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