Nobel peace laureate Muhammad Yunus criticized G7 for getting their act one year late regarding vaccination - VIDEO | Eurasia Diary - ednews.net

25 July,


Nobel peace laureate Muhammad Yunus criticized G7 for getting their act one year late regarding vaccination - VIDEO

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Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus, representing the People's Vaccine Alliance and as Initiator of 'Make COVID-19 Vaccine A Global Common Good' Appeal and campaign, live on Al Jazeera Newshour today ahead of the G7 Summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, England.
 
"The G7 is at least one year late in getting their act together regarding Covid 19 vaccines for the world. President Biden announced temporary TRIPS waiver before leaving for G7 meeting, but G7 did not endorse it. The UK Prime Minister announced to complete global vaccination by end of 2022, but G7 did not touch that. Instead G7 announced donation of one billion vaccines, which includes half a billion surplus vaccines from the US, without a word for the remaining 3 billion vaccines needed for the world. It is time to convene an emergency meeting of G20 to take over the responsibility left behind, untouched by G7."

 

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