CORONAVIRUS/Taiwan's U.S. envoy trying to get Moderna vaccines by June

05/15/2021 03:08 PM
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Washington, May 14 (CNA) Taiwan's representative to the United States on Friday said she is working to guarantee that shipments of the U.S.-made Moderna COVID-19 vaccine arrive in the country in June, in light of the mounting number of domestic infections reported in recent days.


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