Joe Biden said by July 4, the US is going to send 10 per cent of AstraZeneca vaccines to other countries.
The US is helping India "significantly" in its fight against the second wave of COVID-19 by sending it material and machine parts, President Joe Biden has said. So far, six air shipments funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have departed the US for India. These flights include health supplies, oxygen cylinders, N95 masks, and medicines. "We are helping Brazil. We are helping India significantly. I spoke to Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi. What he needs most is the material and the parts to be able to have his machines that can make the vaccine work. We're sending him that," Joe Biden told reporters at the White House on Tuesday. "We're sending them oxygen. We are sending them a lot of the precursors. So we're doing a lot for India," he said responding to a question on his assistance to India, Brazil, and other countries amid the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.