Taiwan welcomes U.S. vaccine aid, bolstering its COVID fight

TAOYUAN, TAIWAN -- Taiwan welcomed 2.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses from the United States on Sunday as help from a true friend, more than doubling the major semiconductor-producing island's arsenal of shots as it deals with a cluster of domestic infections.

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