Taiwan’s COVID-19 vaccine stocks more than doubled by Japan donation

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> Japan approved AstraZeneca’s vaccine last month and has contracted to buy 120 million doses. But there are no immediate plans to use the shots, amid lingering concerns raised internationally over blood clots. At least they’re making good use of it if their own population isn’t interested.


Doesn’t Japan have a low vaxx rate?


The fact that a donation of merely 1.24 million doses of vaccine doubles the vaccine stock of Taiwan which has a population of over 23 million, is highly concerning and speaks to the depth of the DPP government’s failure to prepare despite having all the time in the world to do so.


Countries helping countries 🤝


makes sense cuz they had millions just sitting. good on japan