World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus spoke at the press conference held at the organization’s headquarters in Geneva using video conferencing method.
CHINA’S ALLOWING SCIENCE PEOPLE
Ghebreyesus spoke last week about the situation of international scientists who are expected to go to China to investigate the origin of Kovid-19, but this country has not approved their entry.
Explaining that scientists are in talks with Chinese officials to solve their problem, Ghebreyesus stated that the date of the entry of scientists into this country has not been determined yet.
Ghebreyesus stated that Kovid-19 vaccination started in 42 countries, 36 high and 6 middle-income countries, “So there is a clear problem that most low and middle-income countries have not yet received vaccines. This is what we can and cannot solve. We have to solve it together via COVAX and ACT-Accelerator. ” used expressions.
RESPONSE TO RICH COUNTRIES ‘BILATERAL AGREEMENTS WITH VACCINE COMPANIES
Ghebreyesus pointed out that wealthy countries have purchased most of the Kovid-19 vaccines, phase 3 studies have been completed and production started.restbet giriş yapmak için platformun yenilenen adresini kullanmanız gerekiyor.
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Reacting to the fact that rich and middle-income countries within the Kovid-19 Vaccines Global Access Program (COVAX), which is coordinated by WHO, make additional bilateral agreements with vaccine companies, Ghebreyesus said, “This potentially increases the price of (vaccine) for all and the poorest and means that high-risk people in the most marginalized countries are not getting vaccinated. ” warned.
Emphasizing that some companies and countries do not provide WHO with critical data blocking the entire supply and delivery system of vaccines, Ghebreyesus said, “Vaccine nationalism hurts us all and ruins ourselves.” said.
“WE NEED TO CHANGE THE COLOR OF THE MAP”
Speaking at the meeting, WHO Chief Advisor Bruce Aylward pointed out that unlike rich countries, Kovid-19 vaccination studies have not started in most of the world.
Aylward said, “50 percent of high-income countries in the world are vaccinating today. Zero percent of low-income countries. There is unequal access. Middle-income countries have 6 percent vaccinated. We need to change the color of the map.” found the evaluation.
WHO announced that it was planned to distribute 1.3 billion doses of Kovid-19 vaccine to 92 middle and low-income countries in 2021, with the joint venture of the Global Vaccination and Immunization Alliance (GAVI) and the Innovation Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness (CEPI).