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The United States provided 100,620 additional doses of the Pfizer vaccine to Tunisia as part of the COVAX system, bringing the total number of U.S. vaccines donated to Tunisia to 3 million doses since the outbreak of the COVID-19. -19. The United States remains committed to working with Tunisia to save lives and overcome the economic impact of the disease.

Today’s handover ceremony was attended by the Chargée d’Affaires, a.i. Natasha Franceschi, CEO of the Tunisian Central Pharmacy Bechir Yermani, and UNICEF Officer in Charge Silvia Chiarucci.

By U.S. Embassy Tunis | 6 October, 2022 | Subject: Chargé D’Affaires, Events, Foreign Aid

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