December 9th International vaccine supervision agencies said that developed countries have hoarded excessive COVID-19 vaccines for their populations to vaccinate three times, but developing countries are being abandoned in the global sprint to end the COVID-19 pandemic.I
International Vaccine Supervision Agency: Developed countries hoard coronavirus vaccines
According to the BBC and CNN, the People’s Vaccine Alliance, an international vaccine monitoring agency, said on the 9th that only one in ten of the 67 poorer countries are expected to be vaccinated by the end of 2021.
But in developed countries, in the early weeks and months of the pandemic, they began to rush to secure vaccine supplies, so they had ordered surplus products.
Countries representing 14 percent of the global population have more than half of the number of coronavirus vaccines worldwide.
They called for pharmaceutical companies that develop a vaccine against COVID-19 to publicly share their intellectual property rights through the World Health Organization (WHO) so that more vaccines can be produced.
The agency pointed out that people from high-risk ethnic groups in the United Kingdom began to vaccinate against vaccines jointly developed by Pfizer Pharmaceuticals of the United States and BioNTech, a German biotechnology company.
However, most people in 67 low- and middle-income countries around the world, including Bhutan, Ethiopia and Haiti, face no ” The risk of “reagents”.
Canada can be vaccinated 5 times per person.
In Canada, if all pre-ordered coronavirus vaccines are approved, the dosage already purchased is enough to immunize the country’s citizens five times, the organization said.
A head of the organization said that hoarding vaccines undermines efforts to ensure that everyone is protected from the novel coronavirus on a global scale; developed countries have violated their human rights obligations by buying out the vast majority of the world’s vaccine supplies.
According to the agency, at least 172 countries have participated or are considering participating in an initiative led by the World Health Organization to provide an effective vaccine for COVID-19 to the world.