The Director General World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has criticized in a press conference the distribution of vaccine doses in several countries. He has reprobate to the countries that are proceeding with the administration of the fourth dose of the vaccine. Tedros asks to end inequality and urges to make a distribution equitable Of the same.
“With the current pace of vaccine release, 109 countries would miss the opportunity to vaccinate completely to 70% of its population at the beginning of July 2022. The essence of the disparity is that some countries are proceeding with a fourth vaccination, while others have not even been able to vaccinate their health workers “, said the director general of the who.
He assures that, if this continues in this way, the pandemic will not be ended because there will be millions of unimmunized people in the rest of the world. Insists on the need to take short-term measures and to share the vaccines that are produced.
Campaign to get 70% of the world’s population vaccinated
Tedros has called on the great world leaders for a new beginning and calls on them to commit to the vaccination campaign of the 70% of the world’s population. “To leave the most acute part of the pandemic behind, highly effective tools must be shared with all countries of the world,” in reference to innovative treatments that are available in all countries.
Countries like Israel They have already begun with the vaccination of the fourth dose of the vaccine to combat the impact left by the new omicron variant of the coronavirus. The country recently made a statement in which it assured that the fourth dose multiplies the antibodies by five. Other countries like Dominican Republic and Chile have already announced that they will put the fourth dose and from Germany they are already considering it.