World on brink of catastrophic moral failure - WHO
Vaccine Covid: who warns of 'catastrophic moral failure'

tedros adhanom ghebreesus said it was not fair for younger and healthier people in the richest nations obtained injections rather than vulnerable people in the poorest states.

He said that more than 39 million doses of vaccines had been given in 49 richest states, but a poor nation had only 25 doses.

Meanwhile, both WHO and China were criticized by your ROVID response.

An independent panel commissioned by WHO said the UN public health body should have declared an international emergency before, and also Rapped China for not taking public health measures before. .css-1pzprxn-bulletlistcontainermargin-left: 1.5REM; .css-1pzprxn-bulletlistcontainer

  • Will countries be left in the vaccination race?

    Until now, China, India, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States have developed Vaccines Covid, with other people made by multinational teams, such as the American-German Pfizer vaccine.

    Almost all of these nations have prioritized distribution to their own populations. What did the WHO head say?

    Speaking at a session of the WHO Executive Board on Monday, Dr. Tedros said: "I need to be blunt: the world is on the verge of a catastrophic moral failure, and the price of this failure is You will pay with lives and livelihoods in the poorest countries in the world. "

    D R Tedros said that a "first" approach to me "would be counterproductive because it would increase prices and encourage hoarding.

    " Ultimately, these actions will only prolong the pandemic, The restrictions necessary to contain it, and the human and economic suffering, "he added. and the WHO's head called for a complete commitment to the global covax vaccine exchange scheme, which is due to starting to deploy next month .

    "My challenge to all Member States is to ensure that for World Health Day it arrives on April 7, Vaccines COVID-19 are being administered in all countries, such as a symbol of hope to overcome both the pandemic and the inequalities that are at the root of so many global health challenges, "said Dr. Tedros.

    Until now, more than 180 countries have been signed to the initiative Covax, which is backed by WHO and group of internal vaccination defense groups CIALS Its objective is to unite countries in a block, so they have more power to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies.

    Ninety-two countries, all low or middle income, will have their vaccines paid by a fund. Sponsored by donors.

    "We have ensured two billion doses of five producers, with options of more than one billion more doses, and our goal is to start deliveries in February," said Dr. Tedros.

    What has been the answer?

    Reacting to Dr. Tedros's warning, the Secretary of Health of the United Kingdom Matt Hancock said: "The United Kingdom is the biggest supporter in the world, the financial defender, of the Global Program to guarantee access At vaccines in all countries of the world. "

    Mr. Hancock said that the United Kingdom "put the most financial support in these international efforts to ensure that everyone has access to vaccines."

    The Government of the United Kingdom has provided £ 548 million ($ 734 million) to the CVAX program.

    More than four million people in the United Kingdom have received their first dose of a coreavirus vaccine, according to government numbers.

    People in their 70s and clinically extremely vulnerable in England are now among those who are offered by the Jab.

    Last month, the alliance of the popular vaccine the feeding of the campaign agencies said that the rich countries were accumulating doses of Vaccines Covid and the people who lived in poor countries were put to the measure.

    He said that almost 70 low-income countries could only vaccinate one in 10 people.

    Canada, in particular, critically occurred, with the coalition that the North American nation had ordered sufficient dose of vaccines to protect every five times Canadian.

    In December, Karina Gould, Minister of International Development of Canada

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