She also noted the need to help developing countries with vaccination.

The G20 must take decisive policy measures to tackle the “dangerous divergence” that threatens to stagnate most emerging economies for years to come. Kristalina Georgieva, head of the International Monetary Fund, said in a blog post on Wednesday.

According to Georgieva, “much closer international cooperation” is needed to accelerate the deployment of COVID-19 vaccines in poor countries, including additional funding to help them purchase vaccines and the reallocation of excess vaccines to countries where there is a shortage.

She also called on the G20 countries to continue targeted fiscal support measures for the economy. She said that central banks should maintain soft monetary and financial policies to maintain credit flows.