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WHO: Developed Countries Responsible for Deaths of Coronavirus in Poor Nations


Sat 27 Mar 2021 | 10:11 PM
Ahmed Moamar

The World Health Organization (WHO) considered that developed countries are responsible directly for the deaths of the infected people with the Coronavirus (known also as COVID-19) in the medium and low-income nations across the world.

Director-General of the Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a news conference held today, Saturday, that the countries that are vaccinating now youth and healthy people who are less susceptible to the infection with the deadly virus, do this at the cost of the medical crews and old people and other groups who are exposed to the infection in the under-developed nations.

Ghebreyesus pointed out that the pandemic became out of control in various parts of the planet so variants of the virus may emerge and become perilous to those who were vaccinated or infected.

The Director-General of the WHO went on to say that the unjust distribution of the vaccines among the haves and those who not have, is not merely unethical aggression but an economic and epidemical defeat.

According to a report that appeared on the pages of US Today, a wide –circulation American daily newspaper,  leaders and population of the other countries criticized the United States of America and other developed nations for buying most doses of the anti-corona vaccines.

The White House defended its first policy of vaccinating against the Coronavirus and described it as a justified way due to the fierce spread of the deadly virus across the USA.

The US administration pledged to offer the surplus of vaccines after completing vaccinating of the US population.

On the other hand, the World Health Organization expressed concern at the possibility of exploiting the demand for anti-corona vaccines by criminal groups across the world.

These warnings came after a number of ministries of health and national authorities informed on receiving suspected offers to supply vaccines against the COVID-19.

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