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UK to donate at least 100 million surplus COVID jabs to other countries within next year, PM says

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UK to donate at least 100 million surplus COVID jabs to other countries within next year, PM saysThe UK will donate at least 100 million surplus COVID vaccines to other countries within the next year, Boris Johnson has pledged.
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The U.S. is buying an additional 500 million doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine over the next year, which it will share with the global supply.

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