COVID-19 Vaccine Donations
As we’ve long said, as long as the virus is spreading anywhere, it’s a threat to people everywhere, including Americans here at home. That’s why earlier this year, President Biden announced that the United States will share over 580 million doses with countries around the world. As of September 26, we’ve donated:
Vaccine Doses Shipped
On May 17, President Biden reaffirmed his commitment to leading an international and coordinated vaccine effort, announcing that the United States will provide 80 million doses of vaccines to meet global needs.
As of September 26, the United States, through coordinated efforts with Gavi and bilateral agreements, has delivered more than 160 million vaccine doses to over 100 countries.
To date, we have shipped millions of vaccines to over 30 African Union countries, roughly 25 countries in the Western Hemisphere, and to about 20 countries in Southern and Eastern Asia. This disease knows no borders and is affecting the entire world, and the U.S. is showing up, leading, and helping to bring an end to COVID-19.
Click on a region below to learn more about our efforts.
To date, we’ve provided 34,205,940 vaccine doses to 40 countries. Click on a location below to learn more.
East Asia and the Pacific
To date, we have donated 36,532,050 vaccine doses to 11 countries and Taiwan. Click on a location below to learn more.
Middle East and North Africa
To date, we have donated 3,345,380 vaccine doses to 6 countries and the Palestinian Territories. Click on a location below to learn more.
To date, we’ve donated 43,749,980 vaccine doses to 27 countries. Click on a location below to learn more.