CORONAVIRUS/Czech Republic pledges COVID-19 vaccine donation to Taiwan

07/27/2021 08:48 AM
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Czech Health Minister Adam Vojtěch. Image from mzcr.cz
Czech Health Minister Adam Vojtěch. Image from mzcr.cz

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Berlin, July 26 (CNA) The Czech Republic announced on Monday that it will donate 30,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses to Taiwan.

Adam Vojtěch, Czech health minister, made the announcement of the vaccine donation after the country's government concluded a Cabinet meeting.

So far, a total of five countries -- the United States, Japan, Lithuania, Slovakia and the Czech Republic -- have either donated or pledged vaccine donations to Taiwan.

(By Lin Yu-li and Frances Huang)

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