Britain will provide $249 million to developing countries to combat COVID-19

the UK will allocate £ 200 million (249 million dollars) for charitable and international organizations to assist developing countries to combat coronavirus infection. This was stated by the Department for international development.

it is Noted that “the aid package of £ 200 million will support” charity of countries and international organizations, will help “reduce mass infection in developing countries, the health system often cannot track and contain the virus”. London, said the Agency tries to prevent a second wave of infection in the UK, helping vulnerable countries to contain the pandemic.

About 162 million dollars will give the UN agencies, about 62 million will receive a Red cross, another 25 million will allocate various NGOs. To date, the UK has already allocated 926 million dollars to fight the coronavirus in the world.