Tedros Adhonom With Vaccines, There is Now 'Real Hope' to End COVID-19 Pandemic
Since some nations Health officials began dispensing doses of the Pfizer and BioNTech coronavirus vaccine, first vaccinating health care workers and residents over the age of 80. World is dreaming about END of pandemic. Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine has proved to be nearly 95% effective in clinical trials.
The U.N. health chief declared Friday that positive results from coronavirus vaccine trials mean the world “can begin to dream about the end of the pandemic,” but he said rich and powerful nations must not trample the poor and marginalized “in the stampede for vaccines.”
On vaccines, Tedros said, the light at the end of the tunnel is growing steadily brighter, but vaccines must be shared equally as global public goods, not as private commodities that widen inequalities and become yet another reason some people are left behind.
The W.H.O. director said coronavirus vaccines “must be shared equally as global public goods, not as private commodities that widen inequalities."
In an address to the U.N. General Assembly’s first high-level session on the pandemic, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus cautioned that while the virus can be stopped, “the path ahead remains treacherous.”
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2020 December 11