Global Health launches a “science sharing” platform on Corona

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He called the director general of the organization Tedros Adhanum GabriusWith the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado and Chile Sebastian Benera, the largest number of countries and parties involved in research, to contribute "voluntary" In the creation of this participatory science platform, according to AFP.

The aim of this participatory platform is to establish "A database of medical technology in terms of vaccines, medicines, diagnoses and any other tool" To fight an epidemic "Covid-19" That has caused the deaths of more than 308,000 people worldwide since its appearance in China at the end of 2019.

Through the platform can participate for free on "Information, data andIntellectual property rights For existing or new tools".

During an online news conference, Gabrios said "In these exceptional circumstances, we must unleash the power of ultimate science to provide usable innovations that benefit everyone, wherever they are.".

She expressed World Health Organization The United Nations, other non-governmental organizations and some poor or developing countries have expressed their concern since a pandemic began Covid-19 Of potential inequalities in accessing future vaccines and treatments.

It is worth noting that he has started work on more than 100 projects and about 10 clinical trials in an attempt to find a cure or vaccine for Covid-19 disease.

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The organization explained that the launch of the platform aims to ensure access to the largest number of medical and technological discoveries made in the framework of combating the new Corona virus, which causes “Covid-19”.

The Director-General of the organization, Tedros Adhanom Gabriosos, together with the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado and Chile Sebastian Beniira, called on the largest number of countries and parties active in the field of research, to contribute “voluntarily” in the creation of this participatory scientific platform, according to Agence France-Presse.

The aim of this participatory platform is to establish a “medical technology database on vaccines, drugs, diagnostics and any other tool” to combat the “Covid-19” epidemic that has caused the deaths of more than 308,000 people worldwide since its appearance in China at the end of 2019.

Through the platform, it is possible to share free of charge “information, data and intellectual property rights of existing or new tools”.

“In these exceptional circumstances, we must unleash the power of absolute science to provide usable innovations that benefit everyone, wherever they are,” Gabrios said at an online news conference.

Since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic, the World Health Organization, the United Nations, other non-governmental organizations and some poor or developing countries have expressed concern about the possible inequality in accessing future vaccines and treatments.

It is worth noting that he has started work on more than 100 projects and about 10 clinical trials in an attempt to find a cure or vaccine for Covid-19 disease.







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