REPLAY: Pandemic will not end until world is vaccinated, Merkel says in Munich speech

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    #Germany and other wealthy countries may need to give some of their own stock of vaccines to developing countries in addition to money, since only vaccinating the whole world will end the coronavirus #pandemic, Chancellor Angela #Merkel said on Friday. #G7

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