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  • coreavirus pandemic Copyrighepaimage CaptionFrench President Emmanuel Macron said that the unequal distribution of vaccines was accelerating the global inequality

    the French president, Emmanuel Macron, Call to Europe and the United States to urgently send up to 5% of its Coronavirus vaccine supplies developing nations.

    Mr. Macron told the Financial Times that not to share vaccines fairly would tear out global inequality.

    The vast majority of vaccines have been administered by high income countries so far.

    The Mr Macron proposed the plan of it to address the imbalance ahead of a Virtual G7 summit of world leaders on Friday.

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    The White House has said that US President Joe Biden will announce a promise of $ 4 billion (£ 2.8bn) in funds for A global vaccine - compartment scheme, known as covax.

    Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson: who will preside over the meeting, it is expected to dedicate the surplus doses to Covax.

    To date, at least 110 million people have been infected with the virus around the world and more than 2.4 million have died, according to the figures from Johns Hopkins University.

    What did Macron say exactly?

    "We are not talking about billions of doses immediately, or billions and billions of euros," said Macron to Ft.

    "It's about allocating much more quickly 4-5% of the doses we have.

    " will not change our vaccination campaigns, but each country should put aside a small Number of doses has to transfer tens of millions of people, but very fast, so that people on the floor come happening. " image CopyrigheAmage Captionglendy Rivero became the first doctor in Venezuela to receive the Russian Sputnik vaccine V on Thursday

    Mr. Macron said that the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, supported a European vaccine exchange initiative, and added that he hoped to win the US support as well.

    in Absence Of such scheme, China and Russia were filling the gap, "paving the way for a war of influence on vaccines," said Macron.

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    How Macron's comments refer to international concerns?

    On Wednesday, the Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres denounced the "irregularly unequal and unjust" global distribution of Vaccines Covid-19.

    He said that only 10 countries had administered 75% of all vaccines. Throughout the world, while 130 countries had not yet received a single dose.

    richest nations have been accused of accumulating vaccines at the expense of the poorest.

    Some high-income nations, such as the United Kingdom and Canada, have ordered enough doses to vaccinate their populations more than once.

    Health experts say, unless vaccines are shared more equitably, it could be years before the coronavirus is put under global control. .

    But at the Virtual Meeting of this week of G7 - A Club of seven leading economic powers: World leaders are expected to recognize the deficit of the vaccine between high and low income nations.

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