Biden Meets World Leaders in Quest for More Covid-19 Vaccine

Elvera Bartels

President Biden opened a virtual summit Friday with leaders of Japan, India and Australia in a assembly U.S. officials explained is focused on increasing the availability of coronavirus vaccines in Asia.

The effort arrives as Southeast Asia faces acute vaccine shortages, prompting issue among wellness officials more than the unfold of Covid-19 and its variants.

The assembly this early morning highlighted Mr. Biden and Vice President

Kamala Harris

speaking pretty much with Key Minister

Narendra Modi

of India, Key Minister Scott Morrison of Australia and Japanese Key Minister

Yoshihide Suga.

The White Property and the Japanese government also announced that Mr. Suga will stop by Mr. Biden at the White Property up coming month, becoming the first international chief to do so. Mr. Suga was elected Japan’s primary minister in September, succeeding

Shinzo Abe,

who resigned mainly because of weak wellness.

The U.S., Japan, India and Australia comprise a strategic

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