The United States works with international partners to donate COVID-19 vaccines to the world and end the pandemic.
America’s support for the global fight against COVID-19 includes:
- Donating over 671 million vaccine doses to other countries.
- Contributing $4 billion to Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, in support of COVAX, the global initiative to equitably distribute safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines worldwide.
- Delivering essential medicines, supplies and therapeutics, as well as other assistance to help countries rebuild economies, overcome food shortages and strengthen health security.
“The United States will be the world’s arsenal of vaccines in our shared fight against this virus,” President Biden said in a June 3, 2021, statement. “We will continue to do all we can to build a world that is safer and more secure against the threat of infectious disease.”
This rolling collection of photos, tweets and articles offers a snapshot of the U.S. efforts to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses worldwide.
The United States, through COVAX, donated an additional 1.5 million doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine to Indonesia.
With the donation of another 1.5 million Pfizer doses to Indonesia in partnership with #COVAX, the United States is working with the Government of Indonesia to ensure all Indonesians, including those living in remote and rural areas, have access to safe and effective vaccines.
— Department of State (@StateDept) December 23, 2022
The United States, through COVAX, recently donated an additional 50,000 pediatric doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine to Bhutan.
The United States is supporting global health by continuing to donate COVID-19 vaccines. Last week, the U.S. donated an additional 50,000 Pfizer pediatric vaccine doses to Bhutan via #COVAX and @BhutanFdn. We appreciate Bhutan’s partnership to protect communities from COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/cwar7yTxvt
— Department of State (@StateDept) December 22, 2022
The United States, through COVAX, donated an additional 7 million doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine to Bangladesh.
The U.S. donated another 7 million Pfizer vaccine doses to Bangladesh this past week via #COVAX, with total vaccine doses donated to Bangladesh by the U.S. now reaching nearly 115 million. We are working with our partners to protect communities worldwide.
— Department of State (@StateDept) December 21, 2022
The United States donated 375,000 pediatric doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Nicaragua.
In partnership with #COVAX, the United States donated 375,000 pediatric COVID-19 vaccine doses to the people of Nicaragua to protect children and communities from the harmful impacts of the pandemic. We will continue to support Nicaraguans in the fight against COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/up7LqOCsMu
— Department of State (@StateDept) December 20, 2022
The United States, through COVAX, donated an additional 6 million pediatric doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine to Bangladesh.
The U.S. donated an additional 6 million pediatric Pfizer vaccine doses to Bangladesh via #COVAX, with total U.S. vaccine doses donated to Bangladesh now reaching nearly 108 million. Together, we can protect ourselves and our communities from COVID-19 by getting vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/njEjAevb09
— Department of State (@StateDept) December 6, 2022
The United States recently donated over 6.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to seven countries in Africa, including 749,970 doses to Angola and 4,888,260 doses to Mozambique.
Over the last 3 weeks, we’ve delivered over 6.4 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Angola, Cabo Verde, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, and Zambia. The U.S. is pleased to partner with #COVAX to increase vaccine availability in Africa & around the world. pic.twitter.com/D1lbVpmXKS
— Department of State (@StateDept) November 19, 2022