The Biden administration is under intense pressure from many sections to send the AstraZeneca vaccine and other life-saving medical supplies to other Kovid-19 vaccines to India.
Washington The Biden administration is under intense pressure from many sections to send the AstraZeneca vaccine and other life-saving medical supplies to other Kovid-19 vaccines to India. Those making the pressure include the powerful American Chamber of Commerce, MPs and noted Indian-Americans. Myron Brilliant, head and executive vice president of international affairs at the US Chamber of Commerce, said, “The worldwide global pandemic in countries around the world is causing huge havoc, so the US Chamber of Administration has millions of AstraZeneca vaccine doses in stock, as well as others.” India strongly encourages life-saving systems to be sent to Brazil, which is heavily affected by the global pandemic. ”
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He said that these doses of vaccines would not be needed in the US where it is anticipated that vaccine producers would make sufficient doses in early June to vaccinate every American. Brilliant said the move would strengthen US leadership on other fronts, including initiatives like Kovacs. He said that we work with partners from all over the world because no one is safe from an epidemic until we are all protected from it. The US Chamber of Commerce issued the statement following an appeal by Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, who pleaded for global help in the war against Kovid-19.
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Jaleena Porter, Deputy Advocate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Meriki, told reporters that the US is working closely with India to send essential supplies and is also dealing with supply chain bottlenecks. Congress member Rashida Talib tweeted that the Kovid-19 crisis in India is a reminder that the global pandemic will not end until the entire world is protected from it. He said President Biden “should now support patent waivers to increase global production.” The Washington Post, in a major editorial, hoped that India would avert the disaster. Shekhar Narasimha, who raised funds for Biden’s presidential campaign, appealed to the US President to talk to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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