Biden says US has offered North Korea Covid vaccines but ‘got no response’ | World News

United States President Joe Biden said on Saturday that North Korea gave the Kovid vaccines but “no response” despite the epidemic in a separate country.

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“We have vaccinated not only North Korea but also China, and we are ready to do it right away,” he told a press conference in Seoul.

“We have not received any response,” he said.

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