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G7 to Provide 1 billion COVID Vaccine doses to Poorer Countries

 

Boris Johnson outlined the outcomes of the G7 conference following three days of discussions.

According to Johnson, a coalition of wealthy nations will donate one billion doses of Covid vaccination to poor countries.

Climate change, trade, and opposing China’s influence were topics discussed at the G7 summit.

According to the Prime Minister, the G7 countries would work to enroll 40 million additional girls in school around the world.

Johnson argues that the summit was not dominated by Brexit disputes, adding that the topic was a “vanishingly small” part of the discussion.

His remarks come in the wake of a conflict between the UK and the EU over border inspections on goods headed to Northern Ireland.

The G7 is a group of the world’s seven major “advanced economies.”

The United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Japan, France, Germany, and Italy are there, as are the EU and a few other countries.


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