US plays the role of Big Brother, to share 80 million vaccine doses with the world!

The superpower nation United States is often dubbed as Big Brother by experts and other countries. US President Joe Biden is taking forward the legacy of Big Brother by taking an active part in various issues.

Recently, the US President proposed a peace agreement between Israel–Palestine, when the two nations had a violent conflict. Now the US has come forward for one more help.

Joe Biden announced that two crore more Covid vaccine doses will be shared with the countries by the end of June this year. With this, the total vaccine doses shared by the US with other nations goes up to eight crores.

The vaccine doses which will be shared with the world include, Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson vaccines as well as AstraZeneca. The AstraZeneca vaccine doses will be supplied after the US Food and Drug Administration authorizes them, Mr. Biden said.

Addressing the state of the union address, Joe Biden said, with the new addition of vaccine supplies, the United States will surpass China and Russia, in terms of vaccine sharing.

The United States, which struggled to tackle the virus spread in the first wave of the virus has now recovered from the virus and the US Administration in the orders said, vaccinated people can now roam on the roads without facemasks.

After recovering from the virus spread, the United States is now playing the role of Big Brother, by helping other countries with vaccine supplies and other required drugs and supplies.

Recently, the US has sent Covid supplies to India to help India fight the virus. The Joe Biden administration said, during the first wave, India helped the US and it's their turn to help their 'friend'.
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