The World Health Organization (WHO) has stressed the need for global co-operation to combat the coronavirus. So far, more than 3.2 million people have died from the disease around the world. He said this at the end of a two-day meeting of the World Health Society.
“The virus has reminded us that despite our differences, we are a human race and that we have the strength to work together,” he said, stressing the need to get vaccines at fair prices. The coming days may be difficult and dark for the Director-General of the World Health Organization, but he made it clear that “through knowledge, we will overcome them together.” At the end of a historic meeting, all 194 member states of the organization unanimously adopted a resolution.
The resolution calls for an “independent review” of the Quedine 19 epidemic at the international level. The resolution was presented by 130 countries at the end of the 73rd session of the World Health Society this year. has been. The meeting was held in a virtual manner due to the spread of the coronavirus. Needs to be achieved.