Wealthy countries face increased pressure to share technology and rights with vaccine manufacturers in poorer and middle-income countries
- Contribute to saving millions of lives is the common thread of many global calls to action
- Globalists say that any licensing should include provisions that allow the US to authorize technology sharing with the WHO
- Global vaccination with the best vaccines is the best defense against the development of vaccine-resistant variants of the coronavirus
It comes as wealthy countries have faced increased pressure from the World Travel and Tourism Council and the World Tourism Network, and the World Health Organization (WHO) to share technology and rights with vaccine manufacturers in poorer and middle-income countries.
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