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G7 nations to pledge 1 billion COVID vaccine doses for world

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G7 nations to pledge 1 billion COVID vaccine doses for world

G7 nations to pledge 1 billion COVID vaccine doses for world

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement came hours after US President Joe Biden committed to donating 500 million COVID-19 vaccine doses.


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