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COVID-19 Vaccination Said To Be Accelerated Through Free Technology

Written by Usman Aslam ·  47 sec read >

In recent news, Progressive International has called for speeding up the vaccination processes by removing patients and transferring free-of-cost technology to produce vaccines across the globe. This decision was made at an online summit that aims to unite progressive forces which primarily consist of global political leaders and healthcare workers from over 20 countries.

Furthermore, this included MNA Mohsin Dawar and Haqooq-i-Khalq Movement Leader Farooq Tariq from Pakistan. According to the proceedings of the summit, nearly 6.2 percent of the world population was fully vaccinated and nearly 57 years would be required to vaccinate the entire global population especially the low-income countries.

To this current predicament, former leader of the UK Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn mentioned that there must be a faster cheaper method to ensure global vaccination. Upon hearing Mr. Corbyns’s statement, Chief Minister of the Indian state of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan, mentioned that Kerala was ready to produce the vaccines if the necessary technology was provided.

However, Farooq Tariq mentioned that governments must immediately allocate sufficient funds to provide free vaccines to all citizens and the concept of ‘vaccine nationalism’ should be abolished if the governments of the world were to achieve the talks of global vaccination.

All in all, it was finally concluded that free technology would be provided to all countries in order to ensure that the entire population was quickly vaccinated.

Written by Usman Aslam
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