The population of the planet should have universal, equitable and well-timed access to quality and affordable means from Covid-19 coronavirus as the resolution says adopted at the 73rd session of the World Health Assembly – the annual forum of the World Health Organization (WHO).
The partakers of the assembly considered the provision of universal, equitable and well-timed access to all quality, safe, efficient and affordable medical technologies and goods from Covid-19 to be one of the global priorities.
About 100 countries became the co-authors of the resolution.
The assembly also recognized the key leading role of the WHO and the fundamental role of the UN in the activation and coordination of comprehensive global measures for responding to Covid-19 pandemic. The partakers of the session appealed to the global society with the urge to activate the cooperation at all levels to mitigate the consequences of the pandemic.
As we reported, U.S. President Donald Trump threatens to freeze U.S. contributions in the budget of the World Health Organization if it does not start the process of the reforming during 30 days.