Their conclusions for the treatment of Kovid-19 also point to the need to continue immunizations and to be vigilant about the emergence of new mutations in the virus. Summit meeting “27” leaders of the European Union.
At the same time, the wording of the findings makes it clear that the EU may decide to close the border for travelers from third countries if infections and dangerous transitions in COVID-19 increase. As noted in the text of the COVID-19 summit conclusions, these decisions “will facilitate safe travel between EU countries”.
They point out that the agreements made in the EU Covid Digital Certificate and the revision of the two Council recommendations on inter-EU travel, as well as the unavoidable travel to the European Union, will facilitate safe cross-border travel.
Welcome to the Council of Europe Satisfactory progress in vaccination “The overall improvement in the epidemiological condition is attributed to the need to continue immunization efforts and to be vigilant and to coordinate developments, especially with the emergence and spread of variants,” 27 reported.
Strengthen global vaccine production
In response to the European Union’s international solidarity response to the epidemic, the Council of Europe underscores the need for continued action to strengthen global access and production of vaccines, especially through the Kovacs system.
“All producing countries and manufacturers must actively contribute to efforts to increase the supply of vaccines, raw materials, therapies and COVID-19 therapies worldwide, and coordinate in the event of disruptions in supply and supply.”
Europe welcomes the decision of the 74th World Health Assembly
The Council of Europe welcomes the decision of the 74th World Health Assembly to convene a special session of the World Health Assembly in November 2021 on the Framework Convention on Pandemic Preparation and Response. “The European Union will continue to work for an international pandemic agreement,” it said.
Finally, in their conclusions, “27” discusses the initial lessons they can learn from the epidemic and calls on the next EU Council President to work to strengthen collective preparedness, resilience and resilience in future crises.
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