An international resolution on the “Corona vaccine” … with a consensus of 193 countries

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Sk The newcomer and calls to "Promote international scientific cooperation to combat Covid-19 and intensify coordination", Including with the private sector.

This demand comes to enable all countries of the world to have access to A deadly pandemic vaccine At a time when many drug manufacturers and research laboratories are in a race against time to find a successful vaccine, with such a huge financial burden entailing to it.

The decision calls United Nations Secretary-General To ensure that allocation of resources is included "Timely, fair, equitable, efficient, and effective access to preventive tools, laboratory tests (…), and future medications and vaccines for Covid-19.".

The decision stresses the importance of all of the above "Available to all in need, especially The Developing Countries".

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Mexico’s decision, backed by the United States, is centered on the health response to the emerging corona virus and calls for “enhanced international scientific cooperation to combat Covid-19 and intensify coordination”, including with the private sector.

This demand to enable the countries of the world to obtain a vaccine for the deadly epidemic comes at a time when many drug manufacturers and research laboratories are racing against time to find a successful vaccine with the consequent burden of such a large financial burden.

The resolution calls on the United Nations Secretary-General to ensure that the resources allocated ensure “fair, transparent, equitable, efficient and effective access to timely preventive tools, laboratory tests (…) and future medicines and vaccines for Covid-19”.

The resolution stresses the importance of making all of the above “available to all who need it, especially developing countries.”







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