US to send 4m AstraZeneca vaccine doses to Mexico and Canada | Coronavirus | The Guardian

The United States plans to send roughly 4m doses of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine that it is not using to Mexico and Canada in loan deals with the two countries. Mexico will receive 2.5m doses of the vaccine and Canada will receive 1.5m doses, the official said. Biden says US to meet goal of vaccinating 100m Americans by Friday – live Read more “This virus has no borders,” an administration official told Reuters. “We only put the virus behind us if we’re helping our global partners.” The Biden administration has come under growing pressure from allies to share vaccines, particularly from AstraZeneca, which is authorized for use in other countries but not yet in the United States.

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