G7 Leaders Promise to Share 870 Million Vaccines With the Developing World

Leaders of the G7 group of wealthy democracies promised on Sunday to send 870 million doses of coronavirus vaccines to the developing world over the next year.

The doses would be made available “as soon as possible,” with at least half coming by the end of the year, channeled through the COVAX vaccine-sharing pool to “those in greatest need,” the leaders said in a communiqué at the end of a summit in Cornwall, southwest England.

The U.S. had previously already pledged 500 million doses, with another 100 million coming from the U.K.

Read the source article at politico.eu

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