“India’s Covid outbreak is a global problem that needs a coordinated response,” …


“India’s Covid outbreak is a global problem that needs a coordinated response,” writes CNN’s Aditi Sangal in her analysis of the crisis in India. The more Covid-19 spreads, the more chances it has to mutate and create variants that could eventually resist current vaccines, threatening to undermine other countries’ progress in containing the pandemic, experts warn. Dr. Anthony Fauci called it a moral responsibility to get the rest of the world vaccinated. “The quicker we get the rest of the world protected, the more secure will our protection be,” he said.



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  1. 🧖🏻🧑🏽‍🦼🧖🏾‍♂🧑🏽‍🦼🧖🏼‍♀🧑🏿‍🦽🧖🏼‍♀

  2. Nah fuck that. MSM criticized the US every single day for not doing enough and saying every other country had lower cases and deaths than us. And how many of those countries did anything to help? None. Why tf should we? It’s the reason we’re trillions of dollars in debt. We keep helping other countries who never repay us.

  3. America sends our tax dollars all over the world. No other country can handle life on their own ? I’d start with not having over a billion people there if you can’t support it

  4. Millions of them literally went to some kind of festival WILLINGLY not that long ago with zero distancing I’m sorry but we all had to do this stay at home shit for over a year…the problem they’re facing is on them

  5. Look, it was born in Wuhan and it devastated New York City. Stop believing we are so separate. We are connected and we need to fix together ❤️

  6. So we really only care about helping India to prevent the spread to other nations. Not to actually have compassion towards the people being directly effected

  7. All life is precious but honestly 200,000 deaths is a drop in the bucket. India has over 1.3 billion people.

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