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Brussels. The EU Commission wants to donate another 200 million vaccine doses on third countries. This announces Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in her speech to the situation of the Union. At the same time, she encountered, in Europe, the vaccination campaign must continue to travel.
To curb the corona pandemic in the global framework, the EU has announced the delivery of another 200 million doses vaccine to Africa. The donation will be fully delivered by the middle of the year, said EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday. In addition to the already previously promised 250 million doses. The step underlines the determination of the EU to support poorer states in the fight against the pandemic, she said.
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of the Leyen spoke of an "investment in solidarity" and at the same time in global health. At Europeans, 700 million doses of Corona vaccine have been delivered so far, as well as many have delivered the EU to a total of 130 states. "We are the only region worldwide that made this," she said in her speech on the situation of the European Union in front of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
top priority is to speed up global impflers. In states with lower incomes, less than one percent of all vaccine doses have been administered so far. The extent of injustice and urgency of the topic are obviously, said of the Leyen.
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