The US counterintelligence chief said he is concerned about threats from China and Russia to the supply chain of coronavirus vaccines


The head of US counter-intelligence said on Tuesday that he is concerned about threats from China and Russia to disrupt the supply chain of coronavirus vaccines in the United States.

Bill Ivanina, director of the US National Center for Counterintelligence and Security, said at an online event in the Washington Post that US adversaries were trying to interfere with Operation Warp Speed, the US government’s operation that distributes vaccines across the country.

“Our opponents are trying to disrupt this supply chain,” he said. When asked about the opponents, about which he is particularly concerned, he replied: “I would like to say China and Russia now.”

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22 days ago

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