Once the coronavirus vaccine is ready, it should be available for free to countries around the world. 140 world leaders, including Prime Minister Imran Khan, have made this demand in a letter. According to the international news agency, the letter has the signatures of 140 world leaders, including Prime Minister Imran Khan, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, Presidents of Senegal and Ghana and former Prime Minister of Pakistan Shaukat Aziz. The contents of a letter written by world leaders came to light at a time when medicine was being developed in France.
The letter, signed by former presidents and prime ministers, was signed by Prime Minister Imran Khan and former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz on behalf of Pakistan. African Union Chair Ram Reza Fouza says African countries agree that vaccines designed to protect against the corona virus should be ready, distributed and available free of charge. Can’t be pushed back in line to get coronavirus vaccine: world leaders In the case of writing to develop effective vaccines that have been requested by letter of guarantee will be available to people of all countries. The letter sought bail from all countries, including the United Nations. The letter was signed by Prime Minister Imran Khan and former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz on behalf of Pakistan.