• Kyodo News


Japan will offer about ¥1.1 billion in emergency aid through the World Health Organization to help developing countries get access to H1N1 swine flu vaccines, the Foreign Ministry said Thursday.

The announcement is a response to calls from the United Nations and decisions by the United States and other countries to make some of their H1N1 vaccine supply available to developing countries through the WHO.

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