China Donates US$100 Million To 'COVID-19 Vaccine Implementation Plan'

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On February 14, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin hosted a regular press conference. A reporter asked a question. According to reports, on the 11th, Ambassador Chen Xu, Permanent Representative of China to Geneva, signed an agreement with Berkeley, CEO of the Gavi Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, to donate 100 million US dollars to the "COVID-19 Vaccine Implementation Plan" on behalf of China, which will be used for developing countries. Distribute the COVID-19 vaccine. Can the spokesperson provide more information?

Wang Wenbin said that President Xi Jinping announced at the first meeting of the International Forum on COVID-19 Vaccine Cooperation that China decided to donate 100 million US dollars to the "COVID-19 Vaccine Implementation Plan". We keep our word and do what we say.

Wang Wenbin introduced that China has supplied more than 200 million doses of vaccines to the "COVID-19 Vaccine Implementation Plan", which has played a constructive role in improving the availability and affordability of vaccines in developing countries. With the current ups and downs of the COVID-19 epidemic, realizing the fair and accessible distribution of vaccines and eliminating the "immunity gap" are still the top priorities. China will uphold the concept of a community of health for mankind, adhere to genuine multilateralism, and continue to support the anti-epidemic cooperation mechanism under the multilateral framework to the best of its ability, so as to make due contributions to an early victory over the epidemic.