Yesterday, the Ned Price Department Spokesperson announced that the United States will be donating 5.5 million doses of Pfizer to Caribbean Community Countries (CARICOM). Along with the vaccines, ancillary kits will be donated to CARICOM as well. 

Countries that are a part of this donation: 

  • Antigua 
  • Barbuda
  • The Bahamas
  • St. Kitts
  • Nevis
  • St. Vincent 
  • the Grenadines
  • Trinidad 
  • Tobago
  • Barbados 

The president and the WH response team has made it clear that the only way to end this pandemic is by rebuilding the global economy while stopping the delta variant. To do this, it is important for people from all countries to receive the vaccine. 

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Hannah Walker is a health reporter at The Pavlovic Today.

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