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The World Health Organization welcomes the G7 pledge to provide one billion doses of Corona vaccines

World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Sunday welcomed the G7's pledge to share vaccines

Corona virus issued by it and providing one billion doses to poor countries, stressing at the same time the need for more and faster measures.

Gebresus said, according to the British newspaper (Daily Mail), “The challenge for the G7 leaders is to really end the epidemic, and our goal should be to vaccinate at least 70% of the world’s population by the time the G7 meets again in Germany next year, To do this, we need 11 billion doses,” he said, stressing the need for countries to temporarily waive intellectual property protection for coronavirus vaccines.

For his part, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the group pledges to provide at least one billion doses, half of this number coming from the United States and one hundred million from Britain during the next year.