LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expressed hope that the G7 group of rich democracies will agree to donate one billion kroner of vaccines to poor countries.
According to the details, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expressed the expectation that the G7 countries will agree to donate one billion vaccines of corona vaccine to the developing countries of the world.
Just hours after US President Joe Biden announced the vaccine donation, Boris Johnson also announced that the UK would donate an additional 100 million doses of the vaccine.
Earlier, the British Prime Minister had appealed to the G7 leaders to promise that the world would be vaccinated by the end of 2022. He also hoped that the group would hold a three-day conference in Britain Will donate one billion doses during
On the other hand, some vaccine campaign groups have condemned the plan, likening it to a drop in the ocean. Oxfam says the world’s 4 billion people depend on the vaccine provided by Kovacs.
“Following the success of the UK vaccine campaign, we are in a position to share additional vaccines with those who need them,” Johnson said in a statement on Friday.
The G7 countries include Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. The United States has vaccinated 64% of its population against coronavirus, while the United Kingdom has vaccinated 77%.