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Delegates are vaccinated ahead of the climate summit

The dose of the vaccine against the British-Swedish pharmaceutical company Astra Geneca against Kovit-19.  The vaccine was developed in collaboration with the University of Oxford.  Stock photo.
The dose of the vaccine against the British-Swedish pharmaceutical company Astra Geneca against Kovit-19. The vaccine was developed in collaboration with the University of Oxford. Stock photo.

According to John Morton, British Ambassador to the COP 26 Climate Summit, Glasgow has begun sending vaccines to British delegates ahead of the Climate Summit, which begins in late October.

“Vaccines are being sent out, before the second vaccination dose in October until next week and mid-September, ahead of COP 26,” Murton wrote on Twitter.

More than 190 countries are participating in the annual climate summit. Climate and health experts have warned that sending delegates to the Glasgow meeting could be difficult because of the lack of the COV-19 vaccine in many countries.

Morton did not specify where or how much of the vaccine was sent.

Rosalyn Eels, CEO of the summit, announced at the end of July that delegates would not need to be vaccinated against Govt-19, but it was recommended.

The summit was scheduled for November 2020, but was postponed due to an epidemic.

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