U.S. assistance worth $3.1 million for fighting COVID-19, total of $9.2 million since the start of the pandemic


The U.S. Government highlighted the recent donation of $400,000 worth of equipment and supplies for Macedonia’s COVID-19 response and announced $2.7 million in new COVID-19 assistance for the country. This brings the total U.S. government COVID-19 assistance to the country to more than $9.2 million since the start of the pandemic, the USAID said in a press release on Tuesday.

The new assistance—through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)—will support the World Health Organization (WHO) to further strengthen the health system emergency preparedness and response capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic and ensure higher coverage and safe delivery of COVID-19 vaccines in Macedonia.

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