UN chief appeals for US$8b to equitably vaccinate 40pc of world in 2021

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UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres attends a press briefing after presenting his agenda for disarmament during a conference at the University of Geneva on May 24, 2018 in Geneva. — AFP pic
Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres attends a press briefing after presenting his agenda for disarmament during a conference at the University of Geneva on May 24, 2018 in Geneva. — AFP pic

NEW YORK, Oct 7 — UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed today for US$8 billion to equitably vaccinate 40 per cent of people in all countries by the end of the year as the World Health Organisation launched a plan aiming to inoculate 70 per cent of the world by mid-2022.

“Crucially, the success of this plan requires equitable distribution,” Guterres told reporters.

“Without a coordinated, equitable approach, a reduction of cases in any one country will not be sustained over time. For everyone’s sake, we must urgently bring all countries to a high level of vaccination coverage,” he said.

Guterres pushed the Group of 20 rich countries to deliver on their “desire to get the world vaccinated” at a summit in Rome later this month. — Reuters

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