COVID-19 Vaccines Donated By U.S. To Other Countries Top Half A Billion

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By Richard Horgan Los Angeles (Knewz) — It’s a truly remarkable number. Per a March 17 update from U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Samantha Power, the U.S. has now donated more than half a billion COVID-19 vaccines to 110 countries around the world. In the last seven days, COVID-19 death totals on a per-capita basis have been highest in Chile, Denmark, Estonia, Slovakia and Lithuania. “For every shot we have given in the United States, nearly one has been shipped abroad,” said Power. “Today marks an important milestone in reaching President Biden’s extraordinary pledge …

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