Islamabad-American popstar Selena Gomez has called on world leaders to band together to help in the global fight against Covid-19. The songstress has reached out to several politicians via Twitter urging them to unite by donating their excess vaccines to nations in need to bring an end to the global pandemic. 

So far, her call to action has included Emmanuel Macron, the President of France, Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sanchez, and other members of the G7 - the heads of government from Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US. 

The 28 year old also sent a message to New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern after she successfully combatted the contagion in her own country. ‘Can we count on your support too? You’ve helped New Zealand fight Covid-19 domestically. Now we need your help globally to ensure everyone can access the vaccine,’ Selena wrote. ‘We can’t end the pandemic without your help. Will you protect the Pacific and donate your extra Covid-19 doses? The world needs you.’ Ms. Ardern is yet to respond to the tweet, but many Kiwis were quick to point out that their government had already made plans to help other countries. ‘The NZ government purchased enough vaccines for our Pacific neighbours. This was announced months ago,’ one Twitter user wrote. ‘She’s already doing it,’ another replied.