- UN organization UNICEF warns group of rich countries G7 on corona vaccine
- He said that rich countries should donate the remaining corona dose to poor countries, otherwise they will get spoiled.
- UNICEF said that we need rapid supply of corona virus vaccine throughout the year
The UN body UNICEF has warned the G7, a group of rich countries, to donate their remaining corona virus doses to poor countries, otherwise they will get worse. The organization said that there is a need for rapid supply of corona virus vaccine throughout the year because
According to the BBC report, Britain and many other countries have promised that they will donate their remaining corona virus vaccine but they have not given any assurance on the supply of corona virus vaccine soon. Stars like David Beckham, Priyanka Chopra have written a letter demanding G7 countries to donate 20 percent of the corona vaccine to poor countries by August.
Beckham said, ‘The epidemic will not go away until it is eradicated everywhere.’ UNICEF’s vaccine lead, Lily Karpani, told the BBC that poor countries need to vaccinate their people at the same time as other countries of the world. He said that in one situation, without any doubt, even children under the age of 18 will have to be vaccinated.
Need to increase production capacity of Kovid vaccine: US
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Tony Blinken said that there is a need to increase the production capacity of the anti-Kovid-19 vaccine on a regional basis around the world. His statement has come at a time when America is sending lakhs of vaccines to many countries including India. US President Joe Biden has announced that of the 25 million unused US vaccines in its stockpile of anti-Covid-19 vaccines, about 19 million or 75 percent of the doses will be available in South and Southeast Asia through the United Nations-backed COVAX program. and will allocate to the countries of Africa.
Blinken told the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the State Department’s 2022 budgetary proposals that three-quarters of the world’s population needs to be vaccinated as soon as possible. Blinken said in response to a question, ‘If we stay in the current situation, before allocating 80 million vaccines, before increasing production capacity in the world, not only America, we will be able to vaccinate people around the world or at least the world. 75 percent of the population will not be vaccinated by 2024. “We have to make sure that whatever we send out of the country is safe and effective,” Blinken said.