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Gordon Brown: “Bringing the vaccine to the poorest countries, so the G20 will make history”

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London – A vaccine for poor countries to inoculate the world against the virus of nationalism. This is the appeal of Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister and WHO Ambassador, to Mario Draghi and the other leaders of the G20. In an interview with Repubblica, Brown asks the Rome summit to “make history” and approve the transfer of millions of unused vaccines from rich countries to developing countries that desperately need them.

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