Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has called on G20 nations to ensure that 80 per cent of the world’s population is vaccinated by mid-next year.

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On the opening day of the G20 summit in Rome on Saturday, Mario Draghi said, “By the end of 2021, we are very close to meeting the World Health Organization’s goal of vaccinating 40 percent of the world’s population against coronavirus.” Now we have to do our best to reach 70 percent by the middle of 2022. ‘

Mario Draghi’s remarks marked the start of a two-day conference of G20 leaders in Rome on Saturday. At the conference, world leaders discussed issues related to coronavirus epidemics, climate change mitigation and the recovery of the global economy.

While 80 percent of people in developed countries have been vaccinated with at least one dose of coronavirus, the rate is less than 3 percent in the world’s poorest countries, Draghi said. This distinction is morally unacceptable and makes the path to the global recovery process difficult.

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