Janet Yellen says G20 must help Poor Countries buy Coronavirus Vaccines

Janet Yellen says G20 must help Poor Countries buy Coronavirus Vaccines

The Secretary of the Treasury of U.S, Janet Yellen, on Thursday called on the G20 countries to increase the help they give to poor countries to improve access to vaccines against coronavirus considering that it is a way of stimulating the world economy.

“I urged countries to increase the aid they give”, claimed Yellen who argued that “a rapid vaccination program that is truly global is going to be the strongest stimulus that can be given to the world economy.”

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