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Quad Countries pledge 1.2 Billion Vaccines doses donation.

1.2 Billion Vaccines doses donation pledge done by Quad Countries. US, India, Japan and Australia already gave nearly 80 million vaccines to the world. 


Quad Countries Pledge:

The Quad countries took the pledge of giving 1.2 Billion Vaccines doses donation to the world. In the recent meet, the USA, India, Australia and Japan are all set to provide necessary vaccines to the world. 

White House Statement:

In a collective statement released by the White House, the Quad countries will give 79 million coronavirus vaccine doses to the world/ Indo Pacific region. 

“We began the Quad Vaccine Experts Group. Held of prime experts from our individual governments. Building strong bonds and better joining our plans to strengthen Indo-Pacific health security and Covid-19 response. Further adding that the community on Covid-19 answer and relief marks a historic new centre for the Quad.

Quad Leaders:

The directors said that they are prepare for the next pandemic. “Quad administrators commit to more careful preparations for the following pandemic. We will continue to develop coordination for health-security forces in the Indo-Pacific. Simultaneously carry at least one pandemic preparation tabletop or exercise in 2022.

The summit statement said that Quad ensure expand vaccine manufacturing in India is export for the Indo-Pacific and the world.


Japan said it would continue to help local countries. They procure reliable, effective, quality-assured vaccines through $3.3 billion in the Covid-19 Crisis Response Emergency Support Loan programme.


Australia is giving $212 million in gift aid to buy vaccines for Southeast Asia and the Pacific. In addition, Australia is giving $219 million to boost last-mile vaccine roll-outs. And lead in adjusting Quad’s last-mile delivery efforts in those regions.

US President Joe Biden hosted a first-ever in-person Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) Administrators’ Summit in Washington. In this meet PM Narendra Modi, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga participate. Also read about 2021 Dubai Growth.

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