The US Denies Reports of Ban On Exports of Covid-19 Vaccines - Viral Bake

The White House made clear on Thursday that The US has not imposed any rules and regulations to prohibit the export of the Covid-19 vaccine. The statement was announced after the European Union being told to not ‘expect the vaccine anytime soon’ started sailing all around.

In a report, the White House press secretary Jen Psaki told that “We do not buy AstraZeneca supplies. Hence, there is no export prohibition and US vaccine manufacturers are free to export their vaccine by fulfilling the terms of their contracts with the US government.”

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Source: Forbes

Psaki also added to the statement that the vaccine manufactures are also free to work with other countries while meeting the demands of the US. She said that “we have taken privately what we have conveyed publicly and we are concentrating on ensuring the American people receive the vaccine.”


This is the top-most priority. But, we are also into working with the global community to identify and understand how to control the global pandemic. No matter whether it is through financial contributions or any other method. But, we will be in action to evaluate more and more vaccines to be available in the United States. AstraZeneca vaccine is not approved till now.

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As per the Psaki statement, anyone can work with the US around the globe on the purchase of the Covid-19 vaccine and its supply. In this, the US government is not directly concerned with, but in the context of the supply, our only aim is to vaccinate the American people.

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Vivek Singh

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