From Toyota to SoftBank, a slew of large companies in Japan have announced they will soon open COVID-19 vaccination sites for their employees — some as early as June 21 — following a decree by the health ministry Wednesday.

While nearly 11 million people have received at least their first shot of a COVID-19 vaccine as of Wednesday, the country’s inoculation campaign remains far behind that of all other major industrial nations.

In order to catch up, the central government is looking to lean on the private sector and universities to hasten the process.