Things are starting to change, though. The Biden administration has so far pledged to send at least 80 million doses of the vaccine to other countries in need by the end of June, NPR reports. The first 25 million doses will go to South and Central America, Asia, Africa, Mexico, Canada, South Korea, the occupied West Bank and Gaza, Ukraine, Kosovo, Haiti, Georgia, Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, and Yemen. Frontline workers of the United Nations will also receive vaccine doses.
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