Amazon offers to help the U.S. with the covid-19 vaccine Distribution in a letter to President Joe Biden

Online retailer giant, Amazon, has offered to assist President Biden in distributing the COVID-19 vaccine in the US.

In the letter sent to the new US President on the day of his inauguration, chief executive of Amazon’s worldwide operations Dave Clark mentioned Amazon’s agreement with a healthcare provider to administer vaccines at its facilities.

Clark stated that the company will move forward with the required operations once doses are available.

- Advertisement -

“We are prepared to leverage our operations, information technology, and communications capabilities and expertise to assist your administration’s vaccination efforts,” Clark wrote, as reported by Reuters which attained a copy of the letter.

President Joe Biden is targeting the delivery of 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses within his first 100 days in office. and with its large reach, Amazon could help achieve this aim, in addition to getting its own employees vaccinated against the novel coronavirus disease.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -


Google Honours International Women’s Day with History of Firsts Achieved by Women Through Video Doodle

Google on Monday celebrated International Women’s Day by honouring a history of firsts achieved by women, through a special video doodle. The doodle takes a...

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is selling his first-ever Tweet!

The tweet, sent from Dorsey's account in March of 2006, according to Reuters, received offers on Friday that went as high as $88,888.88 within...

Android 12 features Split-Screen Mode, which let user To Run Two Apps

Latest Android version, could soon get a new built-in feature that lets you split-screen at the same time called 'App Pairs'. As reported by 9to5Google,...

Elon Musk Reply To a Request From a Tweeter Who Sent Him the Same Message 154 Times

In other to get the attention of SpaceX CEO, a video game creator after 154 attempts to reach the CEO of SpaceX via Twitter,...

Is Mark Zuckerberg a publisher or a platform owner?

A Nigerian barrister known as Olakunle Allison has argued that the actions of the CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg in removing President of United...