The head of Tedros of the World Health Organization (WHO) called Adhan Ghebreyesus a stupid move because some countries still do not have a vaccine against the coronavirus to start vaccinating health workers and the most vulnerable.
Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a press conference: “Increasing production and fair distribution are still the main obstacles to preventing the acute phase of the covida-19 pandemic.”
He added: “The bad thing is that in some countries, health workers and high-risk groups are not vaccinated at all.”
Hage Geingob, President of Namibia, was one of several world leaders invited to speak at the WHO World Health Day meeting. He talked about vaccine apartheid, according to which certain countries must Waiting for the vaccine to be used.
Gene Gob said that Namibia has received the vaccine from friends in India and China, but although it has paid a deposit for them, it is still waiting for other vaccines. The head of WHO assured that Namibia will receive the vaccine in about two weeks through the global COVAX vaccine distribution mechanism.