G7 leaders are set to pledge to donate hundreds of millions of COVID vaccines to poorer countries.
As leaders of the seven top industrialised countries, plus the EU, meet in Cornwall this weekend, there has been a push to help low and middle-income countries that are struggling to vaccinate their populations.
Before this week, only about 150 million doses had been pledged to the COVAX scheme, which is backed by the WHO and aims to give one billion doses to poorer countries by the end of this year.
More than 2.2 billion doses have been administered worldwide, with around 560m of those in G7 countries alone.
This is how many doses G7 countries have pledged to poorer countries:
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