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Japan To Donate More COVID-19 Vaccines To Southeast Asian Countires

To strengthen the fight against COVID-19, Japan on October 15 announced that it'll donate more free vaccines to Southeast Asian countries. However, Japan has already donated 25 million doses to the countries and will further donate an additional 4.9 million jabs. Reportedly, Indonesia and the Philippines will receive 2 million doses followed by 5,00,000 lakh doses to Vietnam, 4,00,000 to Thailand, and more AstraZeneca vaccines to Taiwan.

Sun, 17 Oct 2021 - 11:15 AM / by Nehal Surana

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