Japan to spend $6.3 billion from emergency reserve for coronavirus vaccines

TOKYO - The Japanese government approved on Tuesday spending of 671.4 billion yen ($6.32 billion) from emergency budget reserves to secure coronavirus vaccines, the Ministry of Finance said.

The government has said it hoped to secure enough vaccines for every citizen by the middle of next year, and provide them for free.


Source: http://www.gdnonline.com/Details/861686/Japan-to-spend-$63-billion-from-emergency-reserve-for-coronavirus-vaccines


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