UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson thanked India once again. In his speech to the United Nations General Assembly, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom appreciated India’s attempts as a reliable candidate to create an efficient vaccine to cure the Coronavirus.
Referring to the efforts of Oxford University to develop the vaccine, the British PM declared that if this research is successful, it will enter all countries of the world.
In his speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a similar declaration concerning India’s coronavirus vaccine. Boris Johnson said in his multimedia speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday that there are a hundred possible vaccines that are seeking to tackle protection and effectiveness obstacles.
The vaccine produced by Oxford is in the third phase of its trial, and the company AstraZeneca is now manufacturing millions of doses of the vaccine. In such a case, the vaccine can be spread quickly if it is useful.
Johnson encouraged as much international cooperation as possible to deal with the enemy, such as Virus, and also enabled all to transcend discrepancies across borders with nations.
He said that after nine months of battling the Coronavirus, the entire world would have to gather against it.