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Open borders. G7 Ministerial Summit

G7 Summit on Alt Omicron. The British government, which currently holds the Presidency of the House of Representatives st 7, called on Monday emergency meeting of health ministers To discuss the new alternative to Covid. The Guardian newspaper reported this. The G7 consists of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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“Under the UK presidency, an urgent meeting of G7 health ministers will be held on Monday 29 November to discuss developments relating to Omicron,” the Department of Health and Social Care said.

The World Health Organization is calling for borders to be kept open. WHO “stands with African countries and demands that borders remain open” It is the appeal of the World Health Organization. The World Health Organization stresses that “at a time when countries are imposing a flight ban on South African countries due to concerns about the new variant of Covid Omicron, the World Health Organization is urging countries to follow the scientific and health regulations.”

The President of South Africa calls for the lifting of travel restrictions. “We ask all those countries that have imposed travel bans on our country and on our sister countries in South Africa to urgently reverse their decisions and Lifting their ban Before doing more damage to our economies and the livelihoods of our people, There is no scientific justification for keeping these restrictions in place” he claims South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, according to South African media.

For Ramaphosa, travel restrictions “will not be effective in preventing the spread of this alternative. It may only cause more damage to the economies of affected countries and undermine their ability to respond and recover from the pandemic.”

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The virus knows no borders. We will not be protected until everyone in the world is vaccinatedThe President of the European Central Bank asserts, Christine Lagarde, speaking in ‘Che Tempo che Fa’ on Ray 3, recalling the commitments made during the G20 Summit in Rome. The pandemic has taught us that we are all interconnected. If we are not all protected, and we are all vaccinated, we will all be in danger. The second lesson of the Covid emergency “is that we must put men and women first, even before the economy and finance, first. Maintaining wages and businesses. That was the great challenge of Covid-19.”

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