Eliminate inequalities in the distribution of the corona vaccine, Greta Thunberg
Greta Thunberg, a young Swedish environmental activist, says countries, governments and vaccine makers around the world should step up efforts to eliminate inequalities in the distribution of vaccines designed to combat the coronavirus. Because most of the vaccines have been obtained by the richest countries in the world, while the poorest countries have difficulty accessing vaccines.
According to the Associated Press, his statement came on Monday at a time when the World Health Organization announced that 5.2 million new cases of the corona virus had been reported worldwide in the past week. According to the United Nations World Health Organization, this is the largest number of cases of coronavirus in any given week.
Greta Thunberg has donated 100,000 euros (لاکھ 120,000) to the WHO on behalf of a non-governmental organization called ‘Fridays for the Future’ called Climate Change Vaccine. Buy and send to countries where it is most needed, especially poor countries.
Greta was invited as a guest at the usual WHO briefing. He said it was morally wrong to vaccinate young and healthy people in high-income countries, while front-line workers and low-middle-income workers in low-income countries were being vaccinated. Individuals who are at risk are also deprived of the vaccine.