G20 countries to allocate over 21 billion dollars to fight Covid-19

Source : 112 Ukraine

The funds will be spent on creating a vaccine, researching the virus, as well as diagnostics and therapy
14:19, 6 June 2020

112 Agency

The G20 countries and invited states will allocate more than $ 21 billion to fight the Covid-19 coronavirus. This is reported in the G20 statement.

"Today, G20 members and invited countries have pledged to give more than $ 21 billion to support global health financing," the statement said.

The allocated funds should be directed to create a vaccine, research, diagnosis of coronavirus, etc.

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As of the morning of June 6, in Ukraine, 26 514 cases of Covid-19 coronavirus were recorded, the National Security and Defense Council reports this data.

So, over the past day, 550 new cases of Covid-19 were recorded. Since the start of the pandemic, 777 people have died from coronavirus in Ukraine, 11 812 have recovered.

According to the National Security and Defense Council, 13 925 people continue treatment.
The anti-record for the number of cases per day in Ukraine was recorded on June 4. According to the Minister of Health Maxym Stepanov, as of the morning of June 4, 588 new cases of Covid-19 were detected.

It was previously reported that the number of cases of coronavirus infection in the world exceeded 6 million people. Covid-19 claimed more than 367 thousand lives worldwide.

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