US, Japan, and Australia confident on India’s stunning vaccine performance
Sonia Joshi, Mumbai
Mar. 15, 2021

Convinced with India’s stunning performance in manufacturing and administering US, Japan, and Australia pledge $200 million to help Indian companies expand their capacities faster and add one billion doses. Tapping India’s vaccine production capabilities to save Indo-Pacific and the World was at the center of virtual talks last Friday among the leaders of those three countries and India, at the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, or the Quad.

The Quad coalition of countries, US, Japan, Australia, and India, are trying to counter Chinese influence in the Indi-Pacific region. The focus is on South China Sea and Vaccination drive in the region. India has recently demonstrated to the world that it can inoculate more than 20 million people in a lightning speed. The Quad coalition wants to spear ahead with the help of India in the vaccination drive in the region.


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