(San Jose) United States President Joe Biden has announced that “tomorrow may be.” [jeudi] U.S. embassy chief Anthony Blinken on Wednesday announced plans to distribute 80 million doses of the vaccine against Kovid-19, in coordination with Kovacs.
“In a few days, maybe tomorrow, President [Joe Biden] It announces in more detail the plan to distribute 80 million doses of the vaccine worldwide, ”Mr Blinken told a conference Wednesday at the United States Embassy in San Jose, AU. Costa Rica.
“In coordination with Kovacs, we will do so on scientific grounds and in accordance with the needs of nations, without any political precedents,” the US Secretary of State said in a statement shortly before his departure from Costa Rica. A two day tour.
The Kovacs System is an international group established to ensure equal distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, especially in low-income countries.
On the first day of his visit, Mr. Blinken referred to an announcement about the distribution of vaccines in one to two weeks.
“We are looking forward to delivery [de vaccins par les États-Unis] And we hope to be included in this plan, “said Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado.
Central America is currently 6E The country with the highest epidemic rate in the world: 596 cases per 100,000 residents have been reported every day in the last two weeks.