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"الصحة العالمية" تحذر: فصول الوباء ستتواصل حتى 2022

“World Health” warns: episodes of epidemic will continue until 2022

02:10 PM

Thursday, October 21, 2021

Geneva (BBC):

The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that the global epidemic will continue “because poor countries will not be able to get the vaccines they need.”

Dr. Bruce Aylward, a senior executive at the World Health Organization, said the Covit-19 crisis meant “could very easily progress by 2022”.

In Africa, for example, less than 5% of the population is vaccinated, compared to 40% on most other continents.

The United Kingdom has delivered more than 10 million vaccines to countries around the world, and has pledged to provide up to 100 million doses to countries in need within the framework of the United Nations-sponsored “Kovacs” program. Distribution of vaccines.

The Kovacs program aims to help all countries, including the rich, get vaccinated, but most G7 countries have decided to back away from this goal once they begin signing separate agreements with vaccine companies.

The British charity Oxfam and the United Nations have criticized Canada and the United Kingdom for vaccinating their people through the Kovacs initiative, which was supported by the United Nations to distribute the vaccine globally. Bilateral agreements they enter into directly with manufacturers. For vaccination.

As part of that, the UK government confirmed that it was one of the founding members of the Kovacs initiative and that it had donated 54 548 million to the initiative last year, after which the Canadian government stopped using it now. The Kovacs program, which aims to deliver two billion doses of vaccines by the end of this year, has so far delivered only 371 million doses.

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