WHO warns ‘vaccine nationalism’ not good for the world

Geneva: The Globe Health Organisation (WHO) has alerted over vaccine nationalism, cautioning rich countries that in case they keep treatments to themselves they can’t expect to remain safe in case poverty-stricken nations remain exposed.

As per Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-Gen. of the WHO, it’d be within the concern of wealthier countries to support each nation protect itself over the disease.

Ghebreyesus stated that vaccine nationalism is not great, it’ll not support the globe, the Guardian recorded.

“For the globe to recover faster, it’s to recover together, because it’s a globalised globe: the economies are intertwined. Part of the globe (or) some nations can’t be a haven & recover,” Ghebreyesus informed the Aspen Security Forum within the US, via video-link from that WHO’s HQ (headquarters) in Geneva.

He also stated that COVID-19 can be less when those nations those have the funding dedicated to this

As per the record, multiple nations are racing to locate a vaccine for COVID-19, that has died over 7,00,000 citizens world-wide.

The WHO chief also stated that the COVID-19 epidemic could not be defeated in a divided globe & hoped that the US going to “reconsider its position” on its call to withdraw from that globe body.