UK News USA want to donate 500 million vaccine doses
100 MPs join heads of world bodies in urging G7 to donate Covid doses
MPs have urged the UK to donate Covid vaccine doses to poorer countries - amid fears they could be where new variants emerge. Over 100 members have signed a letter asking the government to donate a shot to the United Nations-backed COVAX scheme for every one bought in this country.The push has been timed ahead of the G7 summit in Cornwall, which begins on June 11.MP Layla Moran said: 'We have been saying as a country for a long time that at some stage we would start donating actual doses to Covax. As yet, not a single dose has actually been donated.
Panze Stretch in St Ives: The United States will acquire half a billion Covid 19 vaccine doses for low-income countries. This announced US President Joe Biden on his visit to England.
"Half a billion vaccines will be delivered from August, as fast as they run from the band," said Joe Biden with a view of the Corona pandemic at a press conference in front of the G7 summit in Great Britain. "The United States provide this half billion doses available without further conditions. Our vaccine donations do not contain pressure for favors or possible concessions. We do that to save life."
The Latest: India's recoveries exceed new cases
NEW DELHI — India reported another 132,364 coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, a declining trend with recoveries exceeding new cases this week, and prompting several state governments to ease some of the restrictions. The latest update from the Health Ministry on Friday raised the nation’s total to more than 28.6 million, the second-highest in the world after the United States. The ministry said 2,713 more people died in the past 24 hours, driving the overall toll to 340,702. These numbers are certain undercounts. The ministry also said India’s recovery rate has neared 93.80% after 207,071 people recovered Thursday, exceeding the number of newly infected.
At the same time, the President described the support of the global vaccination campaign to terminate the Corona pandemic as a humanitarian duty. In the coastal town of St Ives in the English Cornwall, he presented an announcement of the G7 states to support the global vaccination campaign for Friday.previously largest donation of a country
The White House in Washington had previously announced to acquire 500 million vaccine's Vaccine's Vaccine's Vaccine and Pfizer and over theto 92 Poor Countries and the 55 Member States of the African Union donate. 200 million doses are to be delivered between August and at the end of the year, the remaining 300 million to June 2022. US President Joe Biden called on other countries just before the G7 summit in British Cornwall, equally equal to the United States.
Weekly Covid deaths drop below 100 for the first time since September
A total of 95 registered in the week ending May 28 mentioned Covid-19 on the death certificate, according to the Office of National Statistics. And in the UK as a whole, just 106 of the 10,977 deaths in the same week mentioned Covid on the certificate – just 0.97 per cent.Though infection rates have rocketed since the beginning of May – with the seven-day average of cases up 170 per cent – yesterday's death toll stood at 13, with hospital admissions flat.At current levels, there is a greater risk of dying in a road accident than from Covid.
It is also in America's own interest in supporting the fight against the pandemic also elsewhere in the world, emphasized biders. "As long as the virus rages elsewhere, there is a danger of new mutations that could threaten our people." It also holds back global economic growth, increase instability and weakness governments. It is in the interest of all that the global economy rose from the pandemic. "And that will not happen, unless we can control this pandemic under control worldwide."BENDEN's first foreign trip as President
Biden has been in Britain since Wednesday evening, where he participates in the meeting of the heads of state and government of the seven major industrialized nations from Friday. In the center of the G7 summit is in addition to the Corona pandemic also climate protection. It is BiDen's first foreign trip as president, which leads him to Brussels and Geneva in the coming days.
Britain's Covid cases rise by 90% after 6,048 are recorded
Department of Health bosses posted another 6,048 positive tests today, compared to 3,165 last Tuesday. Another 13 deaths were also posted by Health chiefs.Infections surged from 3,165 last week continuing an upwards trend. The last time the UK recorded such a jump was on December 22, when cases had almost doubled to 36,000 from the same day the previous week.
The USA ordered 500 million vaccines are part of the recently announced commitment of BIONTECH and PFIZER to provide two billion doses of their Vaccinate countries with low and medium-sized income in the coming 18 months. "To win the fight against this pandemic, we must ensure for all accelerated access to vaccines," said Pfizer boss Albert Bourla. The US government has an option to 200 million other vaccines in the coming year. The cans are to be produced in the production facilities of Pfizer in the USA.
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen pointed out that the EU has already delivered around 150 million vaccine doses in more than 90 countries. The EU announced in May to donate 100 million doses this year other countries.Merkel emphasizes German services
Chancellor Angela Merkel in turn emphasized that Germany alone for Covax has already paid a billion euros. If you go from a price for a vaccine box of five euros, then Germany alone financed 200 million doses. Merkel continued to explain that one must consider what the best way is to supply poorer countries with vaccine - whether one buy the vaccine itself and then donate or the Covax initiative leaves the purchase because these lower prices to the manufacturers for the Delivery in poorer countries must pay.
The aid organization Oxfam demanded that more needed to be done to boost global vaccine production. "These 500 million vaccases are certainly welcome as they will help more than 250 million people. But that's still a drop on the hot stone compared to global needs," said Niko Lusiani, Oxfam America vaccine manager. EU Commission President shared by the Leyen, announced that the EU supports the development of production capacities in Africa with a billion euros.
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Corona vaccine from NovaVax is 93 percent against variants Effective .
According to study, The Corona vaccine of the US Biotech Company Novavax has proven to be effective in COVID-19 in the final phase 3 study. This communicated the company from Maryland on Monday. Previously, smaller test series in the United Kingdom and South Africa had confirmed the high effectiveness of the two-phase vaccine. The data of the large study will now allow Novavax to submit the vaccine to the US pharmaceutical authority FDA.