Dr. Anthony Fauci
Israel Right To Go Ahead With Booster Shots For Everyone, Says Dr. Anthony Fauci

Dr. Anthony Fauci Thinks Israel Right About Booster Shots

Booster shots have become a topic of discussion in the US. The FDA recently approved booster shots for people falling in certain brackets. However, it has not been approved for all Americans yet. President’s medical advisor, Dr. Anthony Fauci thinks the booster shots would be eventually approved for everyone. Israel is one nation that has already started the process of administering booster shots for everyone. Fauci is of the strong belief that Israel is on the right path. Moreover, he said, “I think ultimately there will be enough data to show that Israel is doing the right thing.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci
Source: LA Times

People Should Fight The Virus And Not Each Other, Says Fauci

In the US, there is still a large chunk of the population that has not taken a single dose of vaccine. Vaccine mandates have become a political debate and Fauci thinks people are forgetting that the common enemy is the virus. The lack of vaccination can hurt the US and people stepping forward to take the vaccine is one of the only ways to fight the virus. Furthermore, Fauci said, “I see the end of it if we all pull together and recognize that the enemy is the virus and not each other. We are all in this together. It is unacceptable that in a country such as ours that we still have 70 million people who are eligible to be vaccinated who have not yet gotten vaccinated.”

US Vice President Kamala Harris and Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo
Kamala Harris Meets Ghana President, Pledges 1.3 Million Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine

US To Donate 1.3 Million Doses Of COVID Vaccine To Ghana

US Vice President Kamala Harris met with the President of Ghana to discuss many things which included the pandemic. The US had earlier donated 1.2 million doses of the Moderna vaccine to Ghana. Harris revealed that the US decided to donate another 1.3 million doses of COVID vaccine to Ghana. However, the US will now donate Pfizer instead of Moderna. Furthermore, Harris said, “The United States is proud to be a member of Kovax and the African Union, and has donated more than 1.2 million doses of the Moderna vaccine to Ghana. And I’m proud to announce that we will shortly send more than 1.3 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine.”

US Vice President Kamala Harris and Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo
Source: Sankofa Online

Kamala Harris Talks About Improving Economic Relationship Between The US And Ghana

Kamala Harris talked about the need for the US and Ghana to further improve their economic relationship. She thinks Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo has created a business-friendly environment that allows US companies to operate smoothly. Moreover, the US VP said, “Finally, we are working together to expand our economic relationship. American companies continue to ramp up in Ghana, understanding the significance of the work that they do there to America’s economy, much less to the partnership between Ghana and the United States.”

Biden, Trudeau and Johnson
Joe Biden And Boris Johnson Congratulate Justin Trudeau On Winning Canada Election

US President Joe Biden Congratulates Justin Trudeau On Winning Canada Election

Justin Trudeau is receiving congratulatory messages from all corners of the world after he won the federal election in Canada which was held on 20th September. He failed to secure the majority but managed to keep himself as the Prime Minister. US President Joe Biden congratulated Trudeau on winning the election and expressed his desire to continue the strong bond between the US and Canada. Moreover, the White House released a statement that said, “The President expressed to Prime Minister Trudeau his desire to continue working closely and deepening collaboration with Canada – one of our nation’s top partners.”

Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau
Source: Toronto Sun

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Congratulates Trudeau

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was the next in line who congratulated Trudeau on winning the election. He also expressed the need to further tighten the relationship between the UK and Canada. Boris said, “Congratulations [Justin Trudeau] on your re-election. The U.K. and Canada are great friends and partners and I look forward to us working closely together in the years ahead.” Boris Johnson and Joe Biden recently met at the White House where the two talked about many things including COVID pandemic, climate change, etc.

 

Canada PM Justin Trudeau
Justin Trudeau Wins Third Term As Canada PM, But Fails To Secure Majority

Canada PM Justin Trudeau Wins Election For The Third Time

Canadians have elected Justin Trudeau as their Prime Minister for the third time in a row now. However, the election result is clearly showing that his popularity has spiraled down ever since his landslide victory in 2015. Even though he won the election, he failed to secure a majority. It shows that many people wanted a change in Presidency. Trudeau did not address any of it and celebrated his victory. He said, “There are still votes to be counted, but what we’ve seen tonight is that millions of Canadians have chosen a progressive plan. As Canadians, you’ve elected parliamentarians to deliver on all this and our team, our government, is ready.”

Canada PM Justin Trudeau
Source: IMF

Canada PM Justin Trudeau Thanks Opposition Party Leaders After Winning Election

Contesting an election is never easy, especially when you end up losing it. Trudeau thanked all the leaders of the opposition parties for their contribution and choosing life to serve the people of Canada. He said, “To the leaders of the other parties and their families, thank you for being part of this important moment. Political life isn’t easy. This is the path you choose because you believe in serving those around you. Thank you for your service.”

Canada PM Justin Trudeau
Source: The Tribune India

Trudeau Has A Message For Those Who Did Not Vote For Him

Justin Trudeau shared a message for those people who voted for someone else but him. He promised to work for them and change their opinion regarding him. Furthermore, he said, “Because no matter how you voted, just like no matter where you come from, what language you speak, the color of your skin, the way you pray I hear you. I hear you when you say that we can only move forward if no one is left behind.”

 

Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama
Obama, Hillary Support Trudeau, Bernie Goes For Jagmeet Ahead Of Canada Polls

Barack Obama Extends Support To Justin Trudeau Ahead Of Canada Polls

Canada is going for election and current PM Justin Trudeau is fighting to defend his power. Ahead of the polls, former US President Barack Obama extended his support to Trudeau. He recalled the work done by the duo when Obama was the POTUS. Obama and Trudeau shared a very cordial relationship during Obama’s Presidency and it seems like the two are still good friends. Moreover, Obama tweeted, “Wishing my friend @JustinTrudeau the best in Canada’s upcoming election. Justin has been an effective leader and strong voice for democratic values, and I’m proud of the work we did together.”

Justin Trudeau and Barack Obama
Source: ABC

Justin Trudeau Gets Support From Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton is another big political figure who shares a good relationship with the Canadian Prime Minister. She also decided to show her support for Trudeau by tweeting in support of him. Furthermore, Hillary’s tweet read, “I have seen my friend @JustinTrudeau show leadership in the fight for accessible child care, protected reproductive rights, and ambitious climate action. I’m wishing him and our progressive Canadian neighbors the best in Monday’s election.” Trudeau replied to Hillary and Obama thanking them for their support. 

Bernie Sanders
Source: The Times of Israel

Bernie Sanders Voices Support For NDP Candidate Jagmeet Singh

Bernie Sanders did not take the route of Obama and Hillary and has extended support to NDP candidate Jagmeet Singh. He thinks the NDP party was the only party that stood up to help people during the pandemic. Moreover, Bernie said, “One leader who has the courage to make the wealthy pay their fair share so everyone gets the medication they need. That’s why I support the @NDP and @theJagmeetSingh.”