Who director general: demand will exceed supply after successful vaccine development

long time, novel coronavirus pneumonia was released by the who in August 13th. The director general of the World Health Organization, Tak desse, said that the process of vaccine development is complex, takes a long time, is risky and costly, and most of the vaccines in the early stage of development failed. A variety of different types of vaccine candidates are needed globally to maximize the chance of finding a successful solution. When a new vaccine is successfully developed, the demand will exceed the supply. Excessive demand and supply competition has led to the risk of vaccine nationalism and price fraud, which can only be addressed by global solidarity, public sector investment and participation. Skip to content

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