The U.S. is sending millions of doses of coronavirus vaccines to Thailand and Cambodia as President Joe Biden’s administration continues distributing the American stockpile around the world.
In all, 1.5 million doses of the Pfizer Inc. vaccine left the U.S. on Wednesday headed for Thailand, where they’re expected to arrive on Friday, a White House official said.
An additional 1.06 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine were being flown to Cambodia as part of Covax, the global vaccine procurement initiative intended to secure inoculations for low- and middle-income nations, the official said. They will arrive there on two flights on Friday and Saturday.
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