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Japan's neighbors to receive over one million doses of anti-virus vaccine

15.09.2021 119 просмотров

The Japanese government has decided to send additional batches of coronavirus vaccine to neighbors in the region to help them with their vaccination campaigns. This was announced on Tuesday at a regular press conference by Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi.

According to him, batches of the vaccine from the British-Swedish company AstraZeneca, produced in Japan, will be sent. "Based on requests from relevant countries, we have decided to send an additional 500,000 doses to Taiwan, 400,000 doses to Vietnam, 300,000 doses to Thailand, and 100,000 doses to Brunei," he said.

br> Motegi recalled that Japan has so far supplied more than 3.4 million doses of coronavirus vaccine to Taiwan as humanitarian aid, and 3.18 million doses to Vietnam. He added that Japan will continue to actively help its neighbors in the region in the fight against the pandemic.

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