Joe Biden, the President of America, is prepared to urge wealthy nations to do more to get the coronavirus pandemic under control worldwide, as world leaders and international health organizations sound the alarm regarding the slow pace of global inoculations. For America, COVID was about leadership and a ‘dose of hope.’
Moreover, for the Islamic Republic of Iran, COVID-19 was regarding the cruelty of sanctions, Oceanic country Palau, an archipelago, mostly virus-free, used its costly address time to greet Taiwan for its support during the epidemic, and not incidentally, to urge the intergovernmental organization United Nations to re-admit the island as a member nation.
Today the U.S. announces a donation of nearly one million J&J COVID-19 Vaccines to the people of Ethiopia. President Biden: “The U.S. … [is] bringing people all over the world… A “dose of hope,” direct from the American people.” pic.twitter.com/X80qPACRGO
— U.S. Embassy Addis (@USEmbassyAddis) September 23, 2021
Predictably, the pandemic was The Subject of Discussion at the U.N. General Assembly this week, serving as projection, promotional materials, and the proxy for other critical matters which world leaders proposed in their signature annual speeches.
Furthermore, through the COVID-19 jab inequality, scientific misrepresentation, economic disaster, and social isolation, just about every president, foreign minister, and head of the state spoke about the COVID-19 pandemic as a total worldwide catastrophe.
The U.S. leader announced on 22nd September that America is doubling its buying of Pfizer-BioNTech-made COVID-19 dose to share with the world to one billion shots as Biden embraces the aim of inoculating seventy percent of the world population within 2022.
Palau Has 80% Immunization Rate
Moreover, the increased American commitment marks the basis of the global immunization summit Mr. Biden convened implicitly on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, where he stimulated rich countries to do greater to get the lethal virus under control.
Referring to the confirmed global fatalities from the deadly COVID-19, Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General, told the summit that until now, international health security has failed, to the tune of 4.5M lives and counting. But, on the other hand, they’ve safe, effective jabs against coronavirus disease. So they could end the deadly pandemic. And that’s why he’s been appealing for a worldwide inoculation strategy, and he expects that summit is a step in that direction.
Furthermore, the United States’ purchase of additional 500M doses brings the total U.S. immunization commitment to over 1.1 Bn shots through the following year. Nearly 160M doses supplied by America have already been delivered to over a hundred countries, representing additional donations than the rest of the wealthy nations combined. And the remaining U.S. shots would be distributed over 2022.
Surangel S. Whipps Jr., the President of Palau, said his country was coronavirus safe because Taiwan and other allies, including Japan, the United States, and Australia, delivered jabs, personal protective equipment, testing capacity training. Fortunately, now the Republic of Palau has an eighty percent immunization rate with zero hospitalizations and deaths.
The United States President used his first address to reassure the globe that his country was back to reclaim its elder statesman part in supporting global peace and prosperity.