COVID-19 Vaccine Donations
As President Biden has said, as long as the virus is spreading anywhere, it’s a threat to people everywhere, including Americans here at home. That’s why the United States is continuing to share safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine doses with countries and economies around the world. As of March 17, we’ve donated, in partnership with COVAX, Caricom, the African Vaccine Acquisition Trust (AVAT), and bilaterally:
Vaccine Doses Shipped
The United States is committed to leading an international and coordinated effort to accelerate access to safe and effective vaccines to meet global needs.
As of March 17, the United States has donated more than 687 million vaccine doses to 117 countries and economies, in partnership with COVAX, Caricom, AVAT, and bilaterally.
To date, we have donated millions of vaccines to over 44 countries and economies in Sub-Saharan Africa, 31 countries in the Western Hemisphere, and 26 countries in Southern, Central, and Eastern Asia. This disease knows no borders and as we work to integrate COVID-19 vaccines into routine vaccination programs, the U.S. will continue to show up, lead, and help bring an end to the acute phase of COVID-19.
Select a region below to learn more about our efforts.
Representation of locations is approximate.