Coronavirus: WHO urges rich countries to postpone child immunization plans, warns of a “deadlier” year

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The World Health Organization has warned of the lack of justice in the distribution of vaccines among the countries of the world

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization, said that rich countries should postpone immunizing children with anti-Coronavirus vaccines in favor of donating the doses they allocate for this purpose to poor countries.

Ghebreyesus urged rich countries to provide more vaccine supplies for the Kovacs program to make Covid 19 vaccines available globally.

And the distribution of vaccines to countries of the world still shows a large discrepancy between the quantities that each country obtains.

Since the vaccines against the Coronavirus were first adopted last December, wealthier countries have bought most of what the companies that develop these vaccines have produced.





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