The U.S. and the EU Agree to "Vaccinate 70% of the World's Population"

The U.S. and the EU Agree to "Vaccinate 70% of the World's Population"

Recently, the United States and the European Union agree to "vaccinate 70% of the world's population". Keep reading to find out all the details. Read on!

Recently, the United States and the European Union agree to "vaccinate 70% of the world's population". Keep reading to find out all the details. Read on!

The European Union and the United States Government reached an agreement with which they seek to "vaccinate the world" and ensure that 70% of the world's population is immunized by 2022.

This was announced from the White House and Brussels, specifying that the milestone will be achieved through the expansion of supply, improved coordination in delivery and the elimination of "bottlenecks in supply chains."

The European Union and the United States Government reached an agreement with which they seek to "vaccinate the world" and ensure that 70% of the world's population is immunized by 2022.

"Ending the COVID-19 pandemic through global cooperation," they said in the announcement. "It is vital that we aggressively pursue an agenda to vaccinate the world," they have indicated, since "vaccination is the most effective response to the pandemic."

As detailed by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, Washington and Brussels will coordinate their investments to "build regional manufacturing facilities" while working to create a new Financial Intermediary Fund to raise the "resources necessary to global health security ".

In this sense, von der Leyen indicated that the 27 member countries of the European Union will donate 500 million doses by mid-2022, while "every second dose prepared in the EU will be sent abroad." The goal of vaccinating 70% of the world's population is scheduled to be met in the celebration of the United Nations General Assembly in 2022.

Regarding investment in vaccines, von der Leyen pointed out that the Twenty-seven are already investing more than 1 billion euros in Africa, the continent most affected by the distribution of vaccines against the coronavirus.

Regarding investment in vaccines, von der Leyen pointed out that the Twenty-seven are already investing more than 1 billion euros in Africa

At the same time, the President of the United States, Joe Biden, announced in the United Nations Assembly that he will donate more than 370 million dollars to "support the administration of these vaccines and their delivery worldwide."

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