UN chief calls for vaccine equity at UN rights body meeting

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    United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday stressed that COVID-19 vaccines must be a global public good, accessible and affordable for all.

    Speaking at the opening of the 46th regular session of the UN Human Rights Council, he noted that vaccine equity is a critical step in the realization of human rights, while “vaccine nationalism sets us back.”

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