President Joe Biden said Monday his administration would share at least 20 milli…

President Joe Biden said Monday his administration would share at least 20 million more doses of Covid-19 vaccines with other countries in addition to the 60 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine he has already committed to sharing by July 4. The additional doses will consist of Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines as well as AstraZeneca, which has to be approved by federal regulators before being shipped overseas. That effort is underway.โ 
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  1. ๏ปฟhey, Does anyone wanna be in a group chat where we can talk about whatever weโ€™re going through or random stuff to laugh at to help each other out? No judging people๐Ÿค Like this comment and follow me and iโ€™ll add you

  2. The president are good person but right now with the situation of Israel is more important, What he doing?

  3. Please, share to Brazil. Unfortunately our president refused the Pfizer vaccines last year.

  4. How generous… What the world needs now is Biden not supplying Israel with more weapons to kill traumatized children.

  5. How about he start talking about the real humanitarian issue here. This man is supporting a genocide that is going on rn. Women and children are being killed by Israel and he hasnโ€™t said shit.


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