Scott Morrison to tell United Nations that if Australia finds Covid vaccine 'we will share it'

The top minister warns international locations can be critically judged if they are trying to take advantage of hoarding a vaccine

Scott Morrison will use a speech to the United Countries normal meeting in New York to induce international locations to proportion a Covid-19 vaccine once a a success candidate emerges, characterising such collaboration as a “world and ethical accountability”.

Morrison will use his contribution to the overall meeting 75th anniversary normal debate, scheduled for Saturday morning Australian time, to restore considerations that some international locations may see “non permanent benefit and even benefit” in hoarding the vaccine moderately than sharing it with the sector.

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