Disease Prevention And Control

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Supporting a stable and prosperous future for Palestinians

The United States is helping build a better future for Palestinians while also boosting efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
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U.S. and COVAX: Vaccinating the world

The U.S. is working with international partners to support distribution of safe and effective vaccines against COVID-19. Learn about this global effort.
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U.S. leadership bolsters global fight against COVID-19

The United States is working with international partners to make COVID-19 vaccines available to everyone, everywhere. Learn more about this global effort.
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U.S.-Belgium partnership is on front lines of COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Pfizer's production facility in Flanders, Belgium, manufactures and delivers COVID-19 vaccine to customers around the globe.
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USAID makes hand-washing more accessible

Read on to find out how USAID is making hand-washing, a critical part of preventing the spread of COVID-19, more accessible in developing countries.
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Biden: Quad partners boosting COVID-19 vaccine production in India

The leaders of the United States, India, Australia, and Japan are increasing vaccine production, part of the Quad partners' efforts to end the pandemic.
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The U.S. fights coronavirus worldwide [rolling updates]

See the many ways that the U.S. government, businesses and private citizens are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic around the world.
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Katalin Karikó’s research led to COVID-19 vaccines

Katalin Karikó's research, once ignored by other scientists, led to mRNA technologies that enabled COVID-19 vaccines and will likely yield more therapies.
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Inventive COVID-19 mask designs come from U.S. universities

University researchers have created color-changing COVID-19 sensors, face mask designs for easier breathing and new tests to detect coronavirus.