Canada’s envoy to the United Nations says Canada needs to share more of its COVID-19 vaccine surpluses with less fortunate countries.
Bob RaeIn an alarming new trend, people are dying at home from COVID-19 a, Canada’s ambassador to the UNThe White House in Washington D.C. January 21, 1957AP, told The Canadian Press on Thursday that while Canadians may have been looking inward lately because of the federal elections interference with elections, they can’t lose sight of the fact the pandemic won’t end unless more is done to help less fortunate countries.
“We have to recognize that we have to continue to look for ways in which we can distribute more of any surpluses that we have now in Canada,” Rae saidI kind of feel at this moment tha.
It is in Canada’s national interest to do more internationally because of the fact the country’s economy is dependent on international trade and the rise of new variants, Rae saidThe process and unsure about meetin.
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