The United States works with international partners to donate COVID-19 vaccines to the world and end the pandemic.
America’s support for the global fight against COVID-19 includes:
- Donating 80 million vaccine doses from its supply to other countries.
- Purchasing 500 million vaccine doses to donate to nearly 100 developing countries.
- Contributing $2 billion to COVAX, the global initiative to equitably distribute safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines worldwide.
- Delivering essential medicines, supplies and therapeutics, as well as other assistance to help countries rebuild economies, overcome food shortages and strengthen health security.
“The United States will be the world’s arsenal of vaccines in our shared fight against this virus,” President Biden said in a June 3 statement. “We will continue to do all we can to build a world that is safer and more secure against the threat of infectious disease.”
This rolling collection of photos, tweets and articles offers a snapshot of the U.S. efforts to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses worldwide.
The U.S continues wide-ranging support for India’s fight against COVID-19.
The United States announced the delivery of an additional 1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Paraguay.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced an additional $25 million in aid for India’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
The U.S. delivered 302,750 doses of Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot vaccine to Madagascar.
The U.S. donated 302,400 doses of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine to Benin.
The U.S. delivered 1.5 million doses of Moderna’s vaccine to Tajikistan.
The U.S. delivered 1.5 million doses of Moderna’s vaccine to El Salvador.
The U.S. delivered 500,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to Panama.
The U.S. delivered 151,200 doses of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine to Zambia.
The U.S. delivered 500,000 doses of Moderna’s vaccine to Bhutan:
The U.S. delivered 1 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine to Nepal:
On July 5, the United States announced the delivery of 1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Malaysia and 1.5 million doses to El Salvador. “The U.S. is donating vaccines to save lives, rebuild the global economy, and slow the threat of variants,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
On July 2, the U.S. State Department announced delivery of millions of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine doses to Bangladesh, Colombia, Ecuador, Pakistan and Peru.
The United States and partner organizations are also sending millions of doses of vaccines and other aid to Brazil as the country experiences another wave of COVID-19 infections.