The United States will distribute an additional 10 million vaccines to 18 Asian countries, including Nepal
The United States will distribute an additional 10 million vaccines to 18 Asian nations, including Nepal. The United States has previously announced a detailed plan to provide 25 million vaccines by the end of June.
The United States has said 75 percent of the vaccines will be provided through CoVA. In the first phase, 7 million doses of vaccine have been allocated for Asian countries. There are 16 countries including Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Taiwan.
At this time, the United States is under pressure from all over the world. The United States is preparing to increase vaccine production as demand from around the world increases.