The United States will share 6 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines to partner countries, including Georgia, President Biden’s administration reports.
.@POTUS announced that the United States will share COVID-19 vaccines with Georgia. This is another indication of the strength of the strategic partnership between our two countries. https://t.co/uFGLtyCH22 pic.twitter.com/Bzx8YqtojX— U.S. Embassy Tbilisi (@usingeo) June 4, 2021
Specifically, the US will share 75 per cent of vaccines through the Covax platform to the countries in need. For doses shared through Covax, the US will prioritise Latin America and the Caribbean, South and Southeast Asia and Africa. The rest 25 per cent of vaccines will be donated to the countries in need, those experiencing surges, immediate neighbours and other countries that have requested immediate US assistance”, reads an official statement of the President’s Administration.
On June 3, 2021 President’s Administration announced that US will share at least 80 million doses of vaccine globally by the end of June.