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Japan Provides Additional Doses of COVID-19 Vaccines to Tonga

Wahyu Dwi Anggoro - 15 February 2022 15:07 WIB
Japan Provides Additional Doses of COVID-19 Vaccines to Tonga
The vaccines arrived in Tonga on February 15. (Photo: medcom.id)
Tokyo: The Government of Japan provided approximately 7,000 additional doses of COVID-19 vaccines manufactured in Japan, through the COVAX Facility, to Tonga.

The provision of COVID-19 vaccines was part of assistance by Japan to contribute to the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 in Tonga. 
"The vaccines arrived in Tonga on February 15," the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Japan in a press release on Tuesday.

At the Ninth Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting (PALM9), which took place in July 2021, Japan has announced its intention to provide Pacific Island countries with COVID-19 vaccines including through the COVAX Facility. 

"This provision of COVID-19 vaccines to Tonga is implemented as part of the commitment," it stated.

"Japan will continue to provide necessary assistance for prevention of the spread of COVID-19 in Tonga and speedy recovery from the damage caused by the volcano eruption and tsunami," it concluded.

(WAH)

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