World Economic Forum August 4, 2022
Shyam Bishen

  • The global COVID-19 response, particularly the development of vaccines, highlighted the importance of working together to deal with the crisis.
  • However, the ensuing inequitable global distribution of vaccines is reflective of the fact that two billion people still lack access to basic medicines.
  • Learning lessons from the past and taking a multilateral approach will be key to preparing for future outbreaks and addressing global health inequities.

The worldwide response to the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted how working together enabled us to deal urgently with the crisis. We should now learn from this multilateral approach to better prepare for any future global health crises.

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