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".
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.”