In January, India, the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer, began exporting COVID-19 vaccinations. However, in March, the shipment was halted due to an increase in the number of illnesses in the nation.
The Biden administration’s approach for containing the worldwide spread of the coronavirus includes persuading India to resume its COVID-19 vaccine supply to the world.
According to a source, US Vice President Joe Biden’s administration intends to give Prime Minister Narendra Modi a higher-profile position at the next COVID-19 global meeting in New York if he agrees to begin vaccine exports against the new coronavirus.
According to the article, persuading the Indian government to begin vaccine distribution to the rest of the globe through the global immunisation group COVAX is a key component of the Biden administration’s effort to stop the virus from spreading internationally.