Rich countries' strategy is immoral, Guterres
Rich countries' strategy is immoral, Guterres

Rich countries’ strategy is immoral: Guterres

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called the coroner’s vaccine strategy of rich countries “immoral and foolish”. Guterres said countries were at risk of losing their own protection against the epidemic as poor countries were denied access to vaccines. Guterres made the remarks at a virtual press conference on Thursday.

Countries that have vaccinated more than 40 percent of their population are doing little to end the Kovid-19 crisis, according to an AFP report, citing the World Health Organization. Where they should make sure that the vaccine reaches those countries where the virus is still prevalent.

The World Health Organization wants at least 10 percent of people in each country to receive a full dose of the vaccine by September. The head of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Gebreasus, said the goal had not been met in 57 countries. Of course, they are not responsible for this.

The World Health Organization says 1.5 billion ticker doses are being made every month. As such, it is possible to reach the target of 10 percent with less than a week of vaccines produced.

The press conference was attended by both the UN Secretary General and the head of the World Health Organization. Vaccine inequality does not prolong the epidemic. Because of this, new types are being created, he said. Which are spreading at a massive rate. At this time he expressed his condolences to the victims of the epidemic.

Note that low-income countries have received less than half of the 1 percent vaccinations. In Africa, less than 5 percent of people have completed a full dose of the vaccine.