The UN stated that the pandemic of the coronavirus became the most global crisis in healthcare for 75 years since the creation of the organization, exacerbating inequalities inside the developing and developed countries, as the UN reported.
“The COVID-19 pandemic is not only the greatest global health crisis since the creation of the United Nations 75 years ago. It is also a humanitarian, socio-economic, security and human rights crisis,” the message said.
The UN General Assembly noted that the pandemic exposed the vulnerabilities and exacerbated inequalities inside the developing and developed countries, especially hitting the poorest and most vulnerable people. The life with influence and consequences of the coronavirus and its management is a ‘new global reality that no one can escape’.
The UNGA will hold a special meeting on the coronavirus pandemic on December 3 and 4. The meeting will take place online. The heads of the states, governments and core agencies from all over 150 countries will participate in it.
As we reported, the European Commission adopted a strategy for sustainable pandemic management in the coming winter months, a period that could increase the incidence.