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Blinken says U.S. brokered deal between J&J and COVAX to send vaccines to conflict zones -Breaking



WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Wednesday that the United States has brokered a deal between Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:) and the vaccine-sharing program COVAX to facilitate the delivery of the company’s COVID-19 vaccines to people living in conflict zones.

Blinken made the announcement at the opening meeting of the global foreign ministers, convened by America on the COVID-19 epidemic.

“We must make sure that those who are unable to be reached through government vaccination campaigns don’t get left behind in our efforts. These people need to be protected,” Blinken stated.

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