White House: U.S. to Distribute Coronavirus Vaccines to Americans Before Any Discussions of Sharing With Mexico

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By Steve Hol­land, Dave Graham3 Min ReadWASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) — The Biden admin­is­tra­tion on Mon­day down­played the prospect of shar­ing coro­n­avirus vac­cines with Mex­i­co, say­ing it is focused first on get­ting its own pop­u­la­tion pro­tect­ed against a pan­dem­ic that has killed more than 500,000 Americans.The remarks by White House press sec­re­tary Jen Psa­ki came before a video con­fer­ence between Mex­i­can Pres­i­dent Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and U.S. Pres­i­dent Joe Biden, in which the Mex­i­can leader was expect­ed to ask the Unit­ed States to con­sid­er shar­ing some of its COVID-19 vac­cine supply.“The administration’s focus is on ensuring …


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