COVID-19 vaccine: United Nations flags concern as 130 international locations have not obtained single dose

New Delhi: United Nations chief Antonio Guterres expressed concern over lack of availability of vaccines in a number of international locations all over the world.

Calling the distribution of coronavirus vaccines “broadly uneven and unfair”, Guterres stated that solely 10 international locations have administered 75 per cent of all vaccinations, He known as for a worldwide effort to get all individuals in each nation inoculated as quickly as potential.

Whereas addressing a high-level assembly of the UN Safety Council, Guterres stated that 130 international locations haven’t obtained a single dose of vaccine.

“At this vital second, vaccine fairness is the largest ethical take a look at earlier than the worldwide group,” he stated.

The UN chief demanded an pressing ‘World Vaccination Plan’ to convey collectively these with the facility to make sure truthful vaccine distribution to make sure all individuals in each nation get inoculated.

The UN chief urged the main G20 members to kind an emergency job pressure to convey collectively “the pharmaceutical firms and key trade and logistics actors”.

“To raised perceive this pandemic and put together for the subsequent one, all international locations should make accessible all information from the earliest days of any outbreak. And going ahead, all international locations ought to take part in a clear and sturdy course of for stopping and responding to well being emergencies, Guterres was quoted as saying by ANI.

In the meantime, India has offered a number of lakh doses of coronavirus to quite a few international locations together with Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, the UAE, Brazil, Morocco, Bahrain, Oman, Egypt, Algeria, Kuwait and South Africa.

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