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Priyanka Chopra Applauds Leaders At Global Vaccine Summit For Giving A Helping Hand To Poor Nations

Actress Priyanka Chopra shared an important global vaccination message and applauded the efforts of the richer nations to help out the lower and middle-income countries in getting fully vaccinated.

Priyanka Chopra Applauds Leaders At Global Vaccine Summit For Giving A Helping Hand To Poor Nations
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Priyanka Chopra Applauds Leaders At Global Vaccine Summit For Giving A Helping Hand To Poor Nations
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2021-09-23T21:52:47+05:30

Global star Priyanka Chopra has taken to social media to share a great piece of news for all. The leaders at the Global Vaccine Summit have decided collectively that the low and middle-income countries will get help from the others to get their population vaccinated by the next year. She took to Twitter to make the big announcement.

Chopra’s first tweet reads, “Great news! At the Global Vaccine Summit, world leaders committed to help low & middle income countries vaccinate 70% of their populations by next year!! I applaud these crucial commitments and also the dedicated efforts of @UNICEF to ensure relief efforts are equitable (1/2) (sic).”

“Ensuring the world’s most vulnerable have access to COVID-19 vaccines is not only the right thing to do, but the ONLY thing to do.Vaccine equity is crucial.The longer this lasts, the higher the risk of new variants.Let’s END this pandemic.Together #DonateDosesNow #UNGA (2/2) (sic),” reads Chopra’s second tweet.

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