100 days to save the world

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A vaccine to combat the next global pandemic would be created and approved in just 100 days under a new G-7 plan, which was pitched to leaders by Melinda French Gates and Patrick Vallance, the United Kingdom’s chief scientist.

If that’s too pie-in-the-sky for you, can we tempt you with something more practical? Perhaps the “Build Back Better World: An Affirmative Initiative for Meeting the Tremendous Infrastructure Needs of Low- and Middle-Income Countries” is more to your taste.

The White House is promising this G-7 infrastructure unity will “collectively catalyze hundreds of billions of dollars of infrastructure investment.” Hey, if you can’t get infrastructure

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