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Elton John continues his fight against AIDS

Elton John wrapped up his nine show run at London's O2 arena this week, and he appeared remotely before lawmakers in Washington, D.C., testifying before the U.S. Foreign Relations Committee.

Elton spoke about the need to continue funding the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, which he credited with saving 25-million lives.

Sir Elton said, “I am boundlessly grateful for the bipartisan cooperation that has been the hallmark of the Plan for two decades now,” said Elton, noting that the plan has been “enthusiastically supported by four presidents and 10 Congresses, and consistently championed by the generosity of the American people...”

He added, “The Plan platform has not only transformed HIV into a chronic disease for tens of millions, it has been leveraged to fight [COVID-19] and made countries far better prepared for whatever viral nightmare comes next. But we are not done yet...”

Elton also said, “We need to keep our foot on the accelerator by extending the Plan for another five years and fully funding it, together, we can continue the march toward ending AIDS for everyone everywhere and leave no one behind.”

The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief was founded in 2003 by President George W. Bush.

Elton founded his Elton John AIDS Foundation in 1992.

Elton will continue his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour on April 27th in Munich, Germany.

[Source: Classic Hits Today]

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