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The U.S. is planning to buy 500 million doses of the Pfizer vacccine to donate globally.

U.S. President Joe Biden has promised to donate 500 million vaccine doses to lower-income countries.

U.S. President Joe Biden has promised to donate 500 million vaccine doses to lower-income countries.Millions have been infected and dead due to the spread of COVID-19, which has adversely affected the global economy.

The Biden administration has been under pressure to unveil its global vaccine sharing plan as vaccine inequality has put pressure on poorer nations. In the U.S., the demand for vaccines has dropped as 64 percent of the adult population has received the first dose. The excess vaccines have been kept as an emergency without being used. Campaign groups have been calling wealthy nations to help the poorer nations and not hoard the vaccines.

As nations struggle to get the vaccines, Biden announced that the U.S. would donate 500 million Pfizer vaccines to poorer and African nations. This is in addition to 80 million doses of vaccine that the White House promises. Biden said the vaccine would be sent without any strings attached to save lives. Pfizer has agreed to supply the vaccines for no profit. The U.S. is also supplying 25 million doses of vaccine through the United Nations-backed COVAX program.

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