BRICS countries pointed to unequal access to COVID-19 vaccines in world

BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) indicated unequal access to coronavirus vaccines in the countries of the world, especially for the poor and most vulnerable segments of the population. It is reported by RIA Novosti.

States called on the world community to mobilize financial resources and expand cooperation in the fight against pandemic and other challenges in the field of health. According to the application, an important role in the confrontation of COVID-19 also plays the clarification of the circumstances of the virus.

BRICS countries stated that it is necessary to reduce the current inequality in access to medicines and medical equipment. “In this regard, we recognize the importance of safe, efficient and affordable vaccines at affordable prices,” said in a joint statement of the group.

previously became known that Serbia produced 545 thousand doses of the first and second component of the Russian vaccine from the coronavirus “satellite V” on its territory. The President of the country Alexander Wuchich noted that the Torlak Institute will soon begin the production of the Chinese drug from COVID-19.

/Media reports.