China joins agreement to vaccinate poor countries

China has signed an agreement to ensure that in the future COVID 19 vaccine is distributed’ to developing countries, the largest ever bid to join the World Health Organization's bid to control epidemics. The economy is.

 

China joins agreement to vaccinate poor countries

Covax has promised to vaccinate poor countries, and as it prepares to do so, it will allay fears that rich countries will limit the distribution of game-changing drugs through their pharmaceutical companies. Will

 

As a result of the agreement, China, the country where the virus first appeared, is playing a significant role in global efforts to distribute the vaccine to less developed countries.

 

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Friday, October 8, that China had joined Covid 19 in honor of its commitment to make the QuadS-19 vaccine a global good.

 

He did not elaborate on how much money China would invest in the deal, which has a fundraising of $ 2 billion and aims to provide future vaccines to 92 low- and middle-income countries.

 

Hua said the Chinese vaccine would be "provided to developing countries as a priority", and Beijing hoped that "more capable countries would join and support the vaccine."

 

Superpower rival the United States has not signed the agreement.

 

China is scrambling to find a vaccine, with Beijing making bold predictions on its rollout before the end of the year.

 

Millions of The Chinese military, emergency personnel and overseas workers have already been vaccinated’ - although well-known claimants have not yet completed clinical trials.

 

Beijing is facing a storm of foreign criticism over its early tackling of the epidemic and is trying to contain its impressions of its role in the emerging Kuwait 19 in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.

 

China has paraded its success in controlling epidemics within its borders.

 

Tens of millions of people returned to work on Friday after the long-running "Golden Week" domestic holiday, seen as a test of consumer confidence, in stark contrast to the many Western countries affected by lockdowns and travel restrictions. Cut off


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