US National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan said, “We are announcing our plan to share 25 million American vaccines with the world.”
US National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan AFP (File Photo)
America has decided to share 25 million vaccine doses with countries around the world. In such a situation, the question is being raised whether America is going to take advantage of these countries on the global stage? However, America’s National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan has clarified the country’s position on this. Giving information about the vaccine dose to be shared, Sullivan said, the US will not use the vaccine to get help from other countries in lieu of pandemic aid.
Answering questions at the White House press conference on COVID-19, Sullivan said, “We are announcing our plan to share 25 million American vaccines with the world.” I am going to briefly explain why we are sharing them, how we plan to share them and where we will share them. Sullivan reiterated that the goal of sharing vaccines is in service of ending the coronavirus globally.
We just want to do the right thing by sharing a vaccine: US NSA
The US NSA said, our goal is to reach as many safe and effective vaccines as possible to as many people as possible. This is just that. We want to save lives and eliminate those variants of the virus that can put us all at risk. But perhaps the most important thing here is that we just want to do the right thing. He said, we are in a position to help other people, so we are helping. The President of America has already said that we will not use the vaccine to get help from other countries.
Vaccines will be shared on these factors
Significantly, America is getting requests for the vaccine from all over the world. The allocation of 2.5 crore vaccines has been determined on various factors. This includes achieving global coverage, increasing new cases and responding to public health needs. In addition, helping more and more countries requesting the vaccine is included. The US is going to share at least 75 percent of these vaccines through COVAX and 25 percent through other means. This vaccine will be shared with countries in South America, the Caribbean, South Asia and Africa.
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