The United States has announced that it will give vaccines to 16 Asian countries, including Nepal.

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KATHMANDU: The US has announced that it will distribute -19 to 16 Asian countries, including Nepal.

“Approximately 7 million doses of vaccine will be supplied to 16 Asian countries, including Nepal,” according to White House statement.

The vaccination will not be delivered to Nepal until later date. India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Maldives, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, Papua New Guinea, Taiwan, and the Pacific Islands will all receive the vaccine, according to the White House letter.

Nepal will receive certain amount of vaccination, which will be determined soon. requested enhanced vaccination programs in a letter to her US colleague Joe Biden last week.

By next June, the US wants to distribute 80 million doses of the vaccine, with 25 million doses going to list of nations in the initial phase.

By next June, the US wants to distribute 80 million doses of the vaccine, with 25 million doses going to list of nations in the initial phase.

According to the US Vaccine Distribution Blueprint, the Covax factory will provide 75 of vaccines.

The US has announced that it will give 7 million doses to 16 Asian nations, including Nepal and India, 6 million doses to nations in South and Central America, and 5 million doses to nations in Africa.

AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna are now being distributed in the United States.

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