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Moscow/Canadian-Media: Justin Trudeau, Canadian Prime Minister said on Sunday that the Canada would donate 100 million doses of COVID-19 shots to the world's developing nations as part of the G7 common initiative of coronavirus vaccine supplies.
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It was announced today by the G7 that collective commitments will result in over one billion doses being shared with the rest of the world and Canada's portion is 100 million doses.
Trudeau also specified that out of 100 million doses of COVID-19 shots, 87 million doses would be distributed among the developing countries, and 13 million shots would be supplied through WHO's COVAX program, aimed to provide access to vaccines against the disease to low- and middle-income countries.
Earlier in the day, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that London's share in the scheme was also 100 million doses.