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Vietnam says more US vaccine donations expected after first 5 million doses

Vietnam says more US vaccine donations expected after first 5 million doses

25/7/2021 8:54:00 AM

Vietnam says more US vaccine donations expected after first 5 million doses

HANOI: The United States is considering giving more coronavirus vaccines to Vietnam , its ambassador to the United States said on Sunday (Jul 25), ...

AsiaA woman receives a shot of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in Hanoi, Vietnam, Jun 27, 2021. (Photo: AP/Hau Dinh)25 Jul 2021 01:20PMShare this contentBookmarkHANOI: The United States is considering giving more coronavirus vaccines to Vietnam, its ambassador to the United States said on Sunday (Jul 25), as the Southeast Asian country struggles to control outbreaks of the fast-spreading Delta variant of the virus.

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After successfully containing the virus for much of the pandemic, Vietnam has been facing rapid outbreaks of infections, with daily cases repeatedly hitting new highs.AdvertisementAdvertisementVietnam took delivery of a shipment of 3 million Moderna doses from the United States on Sunday, taking the amount given by the United States, via the global COVAX vaccine scheme, to 5 million doses.

"The US side has said it is also considering more vaccine donations to Vietnam soon," the ambassador to the United States, Ha Kim Ngoc, said in a speech posted on a government website. Read more: CNA »

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