President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Ankara will also donate medical supplies to Togo, Burkina Faso and Liberia to help them in their fight against Covid-19.
The rise in infections come as a leaked internal CDC document found fully immunised people with so-called breakthrough infections of the Delta variant can spread the disease as easily as unvaccinated people.
The social media platforms had given assurance of crackdown against vaccine misinformation but fake content continues to go around.
The small shipments are stirring debate over how wealthy countries are sharing their surplus shots while poor countries are still struggling to get supplies.
The World Health Organization has said that any Covid-19 vaccines it has authorised for emergency use should be recognised by countries as they open up their borders to inoculated travellers.
Indian PM Narendra Modi said the federal government would take over the vaccination programme from the states from June 21, after weeks of criticism of a bungled vaccine rollout that has covered fewer than 5 percent of the country.
Vaccine supply in the developing world is a global issue, and countries with excess doses hold the key to the world’s unlocking.
South Africa's Foreign Minister Pandor says, "Millions of people in wealthier nations have been vaccinated, while billions of people in poorer countries still wait and are still vulnerable to infection, disease and death."
Researchers have started to study the issue after anecdotal evidence but cannot draw any links to the vaccines as yet since changes in menstrual cycles could be the result of several factors, including stress, diet and exercise habits.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara is in a decision-making position in the eastern Mediterranean and its determined position remains the same.
South Africa and India have pushed for a TRIPS waiver to temporarily allow states to produce Covid-19 technologies without fear of IP infringement. But it faces pressure from rich countries, who want to protect their pharmaceutical industries.
Coronavirus has killed more than 2.4 million people and infected over 111 million globally. Here are virus-related developments for February 20:
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