The United States will donate 750,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines to Taiwan, US Senator Tammy Duckworth announced today.
Taiwan is facing an increase in the number of coronavirus cases, but as in most countries, it has a problem with the lack of vaccines, Reuters reported.
So far, only three percent of the island’s 23.5 million inhabitants have been vaccinated in Taiwan, and most have received mostly only the first dose.
“It is important for the United States that Taiwan be included in the first group of countries that will receive vaccines, because we understand the need of the locals and appreciate the partnership,” Duckworth said during her visit to Taiwan.
She did not specify which vaccines Taiwan will receive and when.
Japan delivered 1.24 million doses of AstraZeneca to Taiwan on Friday.
Source: Vesti online by www.vesti-online.com.
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