3 Important Messages by WHO regarding Coronavirus Sustainability and Next Epidemic


Three Important Messages by the WHO for Coronavirus, Sustainable Development and Nest Pandemic

WHO shares three important messages at the 75th UN General Assembly. As countries all over the world gather at the 75th UN General Assembly in an unprecedented virtual way, WHO wants to share three important messages.


The first is fair access to COVID-19 tools

 The WHO will call on global leaders at the UN General Assembly to support the “Accelerated Plan for Access to COVID-19 Tools”. 

The plan is a unique international collaboration mechanism that aims to strengthen the health system while rapidly developing, producing and equitably obtaining COVID-19 testing kits, therapeutic drugs and vaccines globally.


By concentrating global investment, this plan will allow countries to obtain more prevention and control tools faster and share risks and costs together.


Access to the COVID-19 tool acceleration program requires $35 billion to develop, purchase, and distribute 2 billion doses of vaccines, 245 million therapeutic medications, and 500 million test kits.


Compared with the economic impact of COVID-19 and the domestic stimulus package aimed at maintaining economic stability, the investment required for a global solution that aims to achieve fair access pales in comparison.


The fair access mechanism enables all countries to achieve full recovery by supporting various economic sectors, protecting global value chains and ensuring long-term global growth.


The second is to maintain the motivation to achieve sustainable development goals 

This pandemic is likely to undermine decades of health and development gains.


3 Important Messages by the WHO regarding Coronavirus Sustainability and Next Epidemic

According to a recent WHO survey, 90% of countries are suffering from the pandemic’s interference with basic health services. 

According to reports, the most frequently disturbed areas include routine immunization, diagnosis and treatment of non-communicable diseases, family planning and contraception, treatment of mental health disorders, and cancer diagnosis and treatment.


COVID-19 is a reminder of why people should invest in stronger health and data systems rooted in primary health care to achieve universal health coverage and specific health-related goals in the Sustainable Development Goals.


The Global Action Plan for a Healthy Life and Well-Being for All is committed to accelerating the efforts of countries to achieve health-related targets in the Sustainable Development Goals with the support of 12 multilateral institutions related to health, development and humanitarian response.

This week, we will learn about the progress made in laying the foundation for the Decade of Service and Action.


Finally, we must now prepare for the next pandemic

 COVID-19 has shown us that despite many warning signs and warnings, the world is still not fully prepared.

At the United Nations General Assembly last year, the Global Prevention Monitoring Committee issued an early warning of a possible pandemic, calling on global leaders to take urgent and joint actions to prepare.


What is The Chaotic World report?

Earlier this week, the committee released its 2020 report entitled "The Chaotic World".

 This report looks at a world that has been lost due to lack of leadership and timely action in the fight against COVID-19. It called for a new commitment to multilateralism and the WHO.


At this session of the UN General Assembly, the WHO will call on all citizens and leaders to support the five actions in the Committee’s 2020 report:

Responsible leadership, citizen participation, strong and flexible health security systems, continuous investment, and strong Global prevention management.

Our actions today will determine our common future.

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