All the G7 leaders are to consign to using all their potential and resources to ensure relief from the pandemic.
The action plan aims to cut the time required to produce vaccines in the 100 days mark. On Saturday, at Cornwall, they will issue out the necessary steps for the process. In addition, the leaders will divulge all the procedures required for the extensive measures.
The current aim is to cut short the production time within 100 days. Mr Johnson is hosting the three-day summit at the seaside of Carbis bay. He said it is essential to learn from the mistakes that happened in 2008 during the financial crisis.
The G7 summit, or the group of seven, is an international organization made up of the most advanced economies. It includes Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, the UK and the US. The top Europe Politicians will also be attending the summit.
The plan will try to prevent any such economic devastation as the one caused by the Covid-19. Moreover, it will take care of any uncertainty to the economies and the world in the near future. Therefore, the G7’s plan declaration will have the following points covered.
Cutting down the production time of the vaccines. The vaccines will be aimed to produce within the 100 days mark.
Strengthening the worldwide scrutiny networks and system to get details about any uncertainty which can cause harm to the world.
Supporting and reforming the WHO
A US pop star, Selena Gomez, told her 65 million followers on Twitter about her view on the vaccination schemes. She said that It was a little too late to deliver around 5 million vaccines by the end of September. Although the views of a celebrity might not be considered that important, but still affects people.
The G7 nations are mainly expected to agree on providing a billion doses of the Covid 19 vaccines globally. However, the WHO believes that it will require around 11 billion to vaccinate each person on earth completely. Considering the task is a tough one, the international powers will have to work together with unity.
At that much point of completed vaccinations, the transmission of the virus can be noteworthily be affected.