Norway will contribute NOK 13 billion for vaccine work

Prime Minister Erna SolbergPrime Minister Erna Solberg.Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB scanpix

Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) was in attendance at a donor country conference for Corona vaccine on Monday. Norway will contribute NOK 13 billion to vaccine work.

The amount includes just over NOK 10 billion for the vaccine alliance group Gavi over the next ten years.

Monday’s online conference, organized by the EU, aims to raise € 7.5 billion – around NOK 85 billion to develop Covid-19 vaccine, testing and treatment. Norway is listed as a donor with just over NOK 2.1 billion towards that goal.

“Today marks a turning point and the beginning of an unprecedented global movement,” the Prime Minister said in her speech at the global online meeting.

She also recalled that only half the job is done when vaccine and treatment has been developed.

– What we will achieve must be fairly distributed and accessible to everyone, Solberg emphasised at the conference, which Norway had been invited to co- host.

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1 Comment on "Norway will contribute NOK 13 billion for vaccine work"

  1. First give the money to the tax payers ! There is still no official answer from Nav for dagpenger! actually when someone contact them to ask what is happening, they said that there is still no money from the the goverment given to Nav , so they can start operate for dagpenger. always the big companies and businesses are covered. The ordinary taxpayers (who driving the economy) is last! what a shame! And like the richest country And high standard of living 62% dagpenger is very low compared to other countries! shame , shame , shame!

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