The COVID-19 vaccine is the most potent upcoming public health tool, and the world leaders believe that they cannot afford to increase inequality amongst countries for access. Justin Trudeau joins the world leaders for demanding equal access to the COVID-19 vaccine after its development.
Trudeau has co-authored an article issued with leaders of Spain, New Zealand, South Korea, Ethiopia along with three more countries, seeking cooperation from different countries involved in the manufacturing and supply of COVID-19 vaccine.
Talking about the same, Trudeau tweeted earlier on Thursday,
He further tagged a few world leaders with a series of tweets, requesting them to cooperate regarding the issues of vaccine distribution. The world leaders firmly believe that is the vaccine distribution is managed and coordinated successfully, it will be a “cornerstone of strengthening multilateralism for the future.”
The Biotech company, Moderna, has been quite optimistic about the initial vaccination tests for the vaccine. The firm has stated that the vaccine’s final human trials will begin on July 27, 2020.
Currently, there are approximately 100 vaccines that are under development and being tested across the globe.