October 24, 2021

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Vaccines: Prince Harry and Jennifer Lopez lead the “Wax Live” concert in Los Angeles

Vaccines: Prince Harry and Jennifer Lopez lead the "Wax Live" concert in Los Angeles

Prince Harry joins pop kings, including Jennifer Lopez, at an all-star charity concert in Los Angeles on Sunday to show the world’s vaccination against COVID – 19 rapidly and widely, and to show its support in India against the devastating spread of the epidemic.

Video messages from Pope and US President Joe Biden were shown during “Wax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World”, featuring Hollywood stars Ben Affleck and Sean Penn in person.

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The concert will air on May 8 in a large stadium in California, on YouTube and on several television stations around the world, including ABC and CBS in the United States.

“Tonight, we extend our solidarity to the millions of families in India struggling with the devastating second wave,” Prince Harry said.

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“The virus does not respect borders, and access to the vaccine cannot be determined geographically,” said Harry, who was attending the United States for the first time since moving to the United States with his wife, Meghan Markle. Concert.

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The initiative, organized by an NGO called Global Citizen, called on world leaders and organizations to fight against misinformation and donate for the purchase of vaccines and take action for poor countries.

Thousands of spectators, mostly medical workers, gathered at the gorgeous Sophie Stadium in Los Angeles in the fight against COVID, which was recently completed.

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Singer and actress Selena Gomez has called for sending “doses and dollars” to poorer countries, with Brian Johnson of AC / DC joining the Foo Fighters “Back in” Black “show.

The program surpassed the fundraising goal of purchasing 10 million doses of the vaccine for low- and middle-income countries, attracting more than 53 million donations from businesses and associations. Benevolent.

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In pre-recorded messages, President Biden said he was “working with leaders around the world to share more vaccines and increase production” and Pope Francis said: “I urge you not to forget the more harmful ones.”

Video messages were also released from French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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