Global Health Ambassador explains why Norway turned down offer to buy 700,000 doses of corona vaccine
NewsMarch 15, 2021
/ By: Ann Danaiya Usher
The decision to transfer options for buying COVID19 vaccines intended for use in Norway over to developing countries was an act of solidarity, Norway’s Health Ambassador John-Arne Røttingen says to Development Today. “Saying no to these options … indicates that we are being responsible and showing solidarity both to the world and to the common EU approach,” he says.
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