World Coronavirus: WHO unveils a new epidemic fight plan and calls for $ 23.4 billion
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This plan aims to help the most at risk countries to obtain and deploy means of combating coronavirusEPIDEMY - This plan aims to help the most at risk countries to obtain and deploy means of combating coronavirus
a new fight againstin the least rich countries has been unveiled, This Thursday, by , which claims $ 23.4 billion over the next 12 months to finance it.
The partnership of the main global health agencies (called ACT Accelerator) "needs $ 23.4 billion to assist the most at risk countries to obtain and deploy means of combating CVIV-19 right now and until At September 2022, "said a WHO statement, stressing that this amount is tiny compared to the thousands of billions of dollars of economic losses caused by the pandemic and cost of the stimulus plans.
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The pandemic "is far from over"
"unfair access to CIVID-19 tests, treatments and vaccines prolongs the pandemic around the world and presents the risk of the emergence of new more dangerous variants. could escape the means of struggle existing against the disease, "she continues. The pandemic, which has already done nearly five million deaths since it started in China at the end of 2019,, explained the general manager of WHO, Tedros Adhan Ghebreyesus, at during a press point.
"So far, only 0.4% of the tests and 0.5%injected vaccines worldwide have been used in low-income countries, despite the fact that these countries account for 9% of The world's population ", still insists the release. The boss of WHO repeats this same message for a long time and calls for equivalent amounts for at least six months, but without being heard. He reiterated his appeal to the Heads of State and Government of the G20 countries, who must meet this weekend in Rome, to finance "in whole" the new strategy unveiled on Thursday.
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