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Vaccines save lives

Vaccines against infectious diseases save millions of lives. See how U.S. innovators are contributing to global efforts to stop COVID-19 and other diseases.
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U.S. COVID-19 vaccine donations boost immunizations worldwide

U.S.-donated vaccines are helping governments protect citizens from COVID-19. Learn more about America's campaign to vaccinate the world.
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Modified mosquitoes may eliminate malaria

Scientists are able to fight malaria by genetically modifying the disease's carrier, mosquitoes.
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U.S. and ASEAN: Partnering against COVID-19

The United States has provided more than 20 million vaccine doses and nearly $160 million in aid to help ASEAN fight COVID-19.
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U.S. vaccine donations top 110 million doses

The U.S. has donated more than 110 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to countries all over the world, with many more doses shipping soon.
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U.S. delivery boosts COVID-19 vaccination efforts in Laos

A U.S. donation of more than 1 million vaccines is helping Laos fight COVID-19. Learn more about America's global vaccination effort.
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Partners bolster Africa’s fight against COVID-19 and poverty

U.S. and European partners are investing $80 billion in development financing to help Africa's economic recovery from COVID-19.
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U.S. sends COVID-19 vaccines worldwide [July 2021]

The United States is donating billions in COVID-19 vaccine doses, funding for COVAX and medical supplies to countries all over the world.
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The push for COVID-19 vaccines is helping fight other diseases

A 2005 discovery at a U.S. university led to safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines. The same technology also holds promise for fighting other illnesses.