Minister Speranza: Supporting vulnerable countries and giving them vaccines alone is not enough. Great Britain Accelerates: The third dose will be given three months after the second
Work Together to Stop Omiciron Together: The President of the London Office Yesterday It was urgently on the agenda of the G7 Health Ministers. There were fears in and around South Africa that cooperation between the world’s seven largest economies would focus on closing the border. That is not how it happened. The identification of the new variant in the southern part of Africa confirms the urgency of doing more to vaccinate the population of the most vulnerable countries, Minister Roberto Speranza announced in his speech. Bottles, of course, but they are not the only ones. It is not enough to just give doses, we must especially support those who do not have structured and comprehensive health services like ours – the Minister clarified -. It is important to ensure that the donated vaccines are actually given, and to do so in the most vulnerable countries requires the coordinating role of the UN and the World Health Organization. Extensive approach of Sporanza included in the crucial document of the summit: Ministers recognized the strategic importance of ensuring access to vaccines through operational assistance, donations and vaccine management, as defined as highly transferable against the new variant. Misinformation, as well as support for research and development. Supply of doses, but also support in logistics and materials (from low syringes to devices for cold chain).
Europe is divided
Therefore, developed countries have renewed their commitment to guaranteeing vaccines to the most vulnerable countries (the billion bottles offered by the G7 in June), without abandoning third-dose home delivery. Three months after the recall, Pioneering Great Britain approved the booster for all adults yesterday. Good intentions repeated. The G7 has so far delivered less than 300 million doses more than the billion promised in June, with Italy delivering 3 million out of 45 – he says Courier service Rosalla Mickey, President of the Emergency, an NGO that is part of the People’s Vaccine Alliance. Wealthy countries have seized 95% of the vaccines produced, and we do not expect generosity to increase the rush to third doses. Donations do not solve the problem. A change in speed is needed: a temporary suspension of patents will make it possible to increase production even in low-income countries. South Africa itself has proposed it in the WTO, with more than 100 countries agreeing, but Europe is divided.
WHO: There have been no reports of an omicron variant
The G7 concludes by praising South Africa’s exemplary work in identifying the variant and warning others. Even Joe Biden praised Pretoria’s transparency and quickly informed the variant. Congratulations to President Ramaphosa on his resentment at the punishment meted out to his isolated country for inventing a new variant. Stopping flights from South Africa, imposed by many countries, seems to be an ineffective move because Omicron is already in half the world: from the United Kingdom to Australia, from Canada to Hong Kong via Israel. Found in 10 European countries: Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and cases reported yesterday, in Austria, Portugal, Spain and Sweden. To date, no variant-related deaths have been reported, with the Omiciron WHO certifying that borders should be kept open. The new variant is called worrying because most teams around the world do not know much about it and get the most information, explained Sylvie Bryand, director of epidemic risk management at the WHO.
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