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- Australia has benevolently decided to donate vaccines to developing nations.
- More response is needed to curb Delta and Omicron variants troubling Aussies and the globe.
- Australia has given AU$130 million to COVAX, in addition to AU$100 million to the Quad.
Defining benevolence in action, the Omicron and COVID-19 troubled Australia is moving ahead to donate 60 million vaccine doses to developing nations around the globe. It is committed to achieve this target by end of this year.
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Bottom line –
Australia has so far shared about 17.5 million vaccine doses, and 4.63 million under a UNICEF partnership.
It has also given AU$130 million under COVAX, and an assist of AU$523.2 million in the Pacific region. Furthermore, Australia has also contributed for pandemic response in the Quad countries including India, Japan and the United States.
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