UNICEF announces to provide corona vaccine for poor countries
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has announced the provision of corona vaccine to poor countries.
According to foreign media, UNICEF has announced to provide about 2 billion corona vaccines to developing and poor countries next year.
UNICEF says world leaders are committed to a transparent distribution of the corona vaccine, with a massive operation to provide 2 billion doses of the corona vaccine to developing and poor countries next year.
According to UNICEF, the agency is working with 350 airlines and freight companies to deliver vaccines and one billion syringes, which will be delivered to poor African countries such as Burundi, Afghanistan and Yemen.
According to media reports, at the G20 summit, the world’s major economic powers have expressed their determination to distribute the corona vaccine equally.
According to the World Health Organization, before the Corona epidemic, the distribution of vaccines for children worldwide was unequal, leaving about 2 million children unable to get vaccinated against the disease.