PM at Covid Summit today said that, the World Health Organization should be reformed. And strengthened to create a more resilient global health security architecture. Also, WTO regulations should be more flexible.
At the summit hosted by US President Joe Biden. PM Modi also said that India calls for “streamlining the WHO approval process for vaccines. And therapeutics to keep the supply chain stable and predictable”.
PM Modi said, “It is clear that a coordinated global response needed to deal with future health emergencies. We must build a resilient global supply chain and enable equitable access to vaccines and medicines. “PM at Covid Summit delivered his point.
“WTO regulations, especially TRIPS, need to be more flexible. WHO needs a reform and strengthen to create a more resilient global health security architecture,” he said.
The Prime Minister also highlighted that as a responsible member of the global community
The Prime Minister also highlighted that as a responsible member of the global community. India will continue to play an active role. By sharing its low-cost indigenous COVID mitigation technologies, vaccines and therapeutics with other countries.
He said India is working to expand its genomic surveillance consortium. And use traditional medicine on a large scale. He said that India has also laid the foundation of WHO Center for Traditional Medicine in India. To make this knowledge available to the world. India, PM Modi said, we supplied over 200 million doses to 98 countries bilaterally and through COVAX.
He said, “India developed low-cost COVID mitigation technologies for testing, treatment and data management. We offered these capabilities to other countries. India’s Genomics Consortium contributed significantly to the global database on viruses.” ” Contribution to the fight against the pandemic.
Meanwhile, 2,897 coronavirus infections were reported in a single day. The number of cases in India rose to 4,31,10,586, while the active cases decreased to 19,494. According to data from the Union Health Ministry updated on May 10. The death toll rose to 5,24,157 with 54 deaths, the data said.