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S. Korea to contribute US$ 10 mil. to support vaccines for lower-income countries Updated: 2020-10-28 17:10:56 KST

South Korea is offering roughly 10-million U.S. dollars to the WHO program designed to help developing countries secure Covid-19 vaccines once they've been developed.
Seoul's foreign ministry said Wednesday that the country will be a contributor to the COVAX Advance Market Commitment, a global initiative that aims to ensure equitable distribution of coronavirus vaccines.
For lower-income countries, the program aims to secure one billion doses by the end of next year.
Some 92 developing countries are expected to benefit from the program, including North Korea.
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