“The clock starts now.”

Source: Steve Watson

World Health Organisation Head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus vowed Wednesday to oversee COVID vaccination of 70% of the global population by the Summer of 2022.

“I want governments, industry, and civil society to work with us on a campaign that aims for 70 percent vaccine coverage in all countries by this date,” the WHO director said. 

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He added that there are 185 days to go and that “The clock starts now.”


“This is the time to overcome short-term nationalism and protect populations and economies against future variants by ending global vaccine inequality,” Tedros continued.

The WHO head noted that less than 40% of the globe has been vaccinated thus far.