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WHO warns against vaccines, coronavirus treatments too expen

Message par limited » 08 Juin 2021, 10:04


The World Health Organization (WHO) warns of the dangers of buying a COVID-19 vaccine. from middlemen at inflated prices and ติดตั้ง slotxo reiterated that countries Always buy WHO-approved vaccines and verify the source.
Mariangela Batista Calvao Simao, WHO assistant director for access to pharmaceuticals and health products, said:

“We are aware of concerns about vaccines. There is a vaccine that the middleman sells at a price that is higher than the price of the manufacturer.”

The issue of the role of middlemen in vaccine purchases has recently become an issue. After a middleman in the United Arab Emirates was arrested for selling Sputnik vaccine to Ghana and Pakistan at double the price.

Seemao said that countries The product should be purchased directly from the manufacturer. Or contact the manufacturer to verify that the middleman is legally licensed. It also stated that there are currently products to prevent COVID-19. The products are of substandard quality and are being disguised all over the world, so everyone needs to know where the products come from.

Assistant Director of the WHO also said that vaccination against COVID-19 which has been certified by the WHO for the public to be considered important by recommending that countries Use a vaccine that is licensed as an emergency according to the WHO Emergency Use List (EUL).

Xinhua news agency reported that the WHO has now approved the use of a vaccine against COVID-19. There were eight emergencies, including two Chinese vaccines, Sinopharm and Sinovac.
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