Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said that although he did not reach an agreement with his US counterpart, Joe Biden, on exchanging Corona vaccines, the two countries will study the possibilities.

Lopez Obrador added in a regular press conference, a day after a hypothetical meeting between him and Biden, that the latter showed great understanding of Mexico’s position and the two sides agreed to continue the talks.

And the White House announced that there were no plans for the United States to share part of the Corona vaccine supplies with any country so far.

“Biden focuses on ensuring that vaccines are available to every American citizen, and this is our focus now,” spokeswoman Jane Psaki said.

And she continued: “The Biden administration is focusing on economic recovery and making sure that Mexico and Canada are secure enough to open their borders to the United States.”