February 5th local time, WHO held a regular press conference on COVID-19.
WHO Director-General Tedros Tedros said that more than three-quarters of the coronavirus vaccinations occurred in only 10 countries
which accounted for almost 60% of global GDP, while 2.5 billion people in nearly 130 countries had not been vaccinated. Coronavirus vaccine.
Tedros pointed out that when countries have vaccinated their health workers and the elderly against the novel coronavirus, the best way to protect the rest of the population is to share the vaccine with other countries so that other countries can do the same.
The longer it takes to vaccinate high-risk people around the world, the more likely it is that the novel coronavirus will mutate and the vaccine will fail.
Tedros also called on vaccine manufacturers to expand production and sell vaccines at cost so that poor countries can reduce their dependence on donations from rich countries. General Station Reporter Zhu He)