The US and allies promise one billion jabs for South East Asia

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The leaders of the US, Australia, India and Japan have agreed to deliver one billion doses of coronavirus vaccine to much of Asia by the end of 2022. The joint commitment was made following the first leaders’ meeting of the so-called Quad – a group formed in 2007. The vaccines – expected to be the single-dose Johnson & Johnson product – are set to be manufactured in India. The US said the massive joint commitment would initially focus on delivering doses to South East Asia.

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