People living in the conflict zones have had it bad enough. In such a situation, they have to worry about the virus too. This is something that needs to be taken care of soon enough. That is why this can be seen as a very good move on the part of the United States government.
They have decided that they are going to provide the people in the conflict zones with free vaccines. This distribution program had been taken by the government of the United States, and they have taken a deal with the company of Johnson & Johnson to make sure that the vaccine is made good and then distributed to the people.
“The United States has helped broker an agreement between Johnson & Johnson and COVAX to facilitate the first delivery of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine doses to people living in conflict zones and other humanitarian settings,” Blinken said in a statement of the matter. “We are committed to helping people in these difficult circumstances to get protection against COVID-19 as soon as possible.”
We can not even begin to tell you how happy this decision is making us. This needed to be done. If in times of need, we do not help the less fortunate, then we are not humans.
A senior administration official had said in a statement on Wednesday that there had been around 300,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot vaccine that are going to be made to the time, and they are going to make sure that these vaccines would be made available to front-line humanitarian workers and the people who are in the conflict zones.