Scientists urge G7 leaders to improve access to vaccines in developing countries

The International Group of Public Health Experts called on Friday: Group of seven leaders gathering in Hiroshima It argued that such moves would hinder equal access to healthcare measures in future pandemics, as it resists pressure from the pharmaceutical industry to strengthen intellectual property rights for critical vaccines and medicines.

The letter, coordinated by the NGO coalition People’s Vaccine Alliance and signed by more than a dozen scientists, including Salim S. I am asking you to provide to Treatment and testing will be introduced in all countries regardless of ability to pay during the next public health crisis.

The World Health Organization is currently reviewing how countries are preparing and preparing for future pandemics like COVID-19, including exemptions from intellectual property rules for products and whether to expand technology transfer to low- and middle-income countries. We are negotiating a global agreement that will stipulate how we will respond. .

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