The U.S. announced Monday it would share its entire supply of AstraZeneca PLC’s COVID-19 vaccine with other countries and was readying an aid package for India, as President Joe Biden pivots to ramp up U.S. pandemic assistance to the rest of the world.
The decision would make as many as 60 million vaccine doses available for export in coming months, if they clear a federal safety review. The plan represents a shift for Biden, who has hesitated to give vaccine doses and materials to other countries while focusing on ensuring Americans are vaccinated first.
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