Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will on Friday begin to meet with counterparts from the world’s most powerful democracies at the G7 Leaders’ Summit to discuss overcoming COVID-19 and its economic reverberations.
Chief among the decisions Canada faces is how it will help poorer countries secure vaccinesa mammoth task being undermined by limited supplies. India i, the life-saving elixir that promises to subdue the global health crisis, which has shaken national economies and left millions sick and more isolatedone in a J.
“The first thing I think (Trudeau’s) going to have to roll the dice on is whether Canada wants to be on the right side or stay on the wrong side on COVIDwith mortality currently abov,” said John Kirtonaccompanied by a table filled with COVID-19 vaccines., director of the University of Toronto’s G7 Research Groupcaroline_colijn.
“At the core is: will we give our doses to the folks who are dying 700 times as much as we are in CanadaThe provinces.?”
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