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U.S. Will Donate 750,000 Covid Vaccines to Taiwan
The announcement came as three U.S. senators briefly visited Taiwan’s capital on Sunday. The donation is part of the 25 million doses the U.S. plans to distribute this month to countries struggling to control the virus.
I am pleased to say that Taiwan will be receiving 750,000 doses of the vaccine as part of the first tranche of doses. It was critical to the United States that Taiwan be included in the first group to receive vaccines, because we recognize your urgent need. And we value this partnership. Last year, a global pandemic came from Wuhan, China, that was characterized by a lack of transparency and a lack of international cooperation by the Chinese Communist Party. Today, in dramatic contrast, the United States is leading international relief efforts in an open and cooperative spirit with our friends and partners and allies to bring relief from this global pandemic with tens of millions of highly effective vaccines, many developed with American ingenuity, to all parts of the world, including Taiwan.
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