The White House and WHO are not in good terms over approval of Covid-19 Vaccine without completing full trials

The White House and WHO are not in good terms over approval of Covid-19 Vaccine without completing full trials

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 The White House and WHO are not in good terms over approval of Covid-19 Vaccine without completing full trials.  Both the White House and World Health Organization [WHO] are not in good terms over approval of Covid-19 Vaccine without completing full trials.   In this regard, the White House on Tuesday pushed back on concerns expressed by the W.H.O after a a US health official said a coronavirus vaccine might be approved without completing full trials.  "The United States will continue to engage our international partners to ensure we defeat this virus, but we will not be constrained by multilateral organizations influenced by the corrupt World Health Organization and China," White House spokesman Judd Deere said in a statement.  "This President will spare no expense to ensure that any new vaccine maintains our own FDA's gold standard for safety and efficacy, is thoroughly tested, and saves lives," he said.  Report has shown that Europe can live with COVID-19 without a vaccine by managing outbreaks with localised lockdowns, the World Health Organization's director for the region said, adding he did not expect a return to full national-level restrictions.  Nearly 25.5 million cases of coronavirus have been confirmed around the world, according to Johns Hopkins University, and 851,352 people have died. Some 16.8 million people have recovered.

Both the White House and World Health Organization [WHO] are not in good terms over approval of Covid-19 Vaccine without completing full trials. 

In this regard, the White House on Tuesday pushed back on concerns expressed by the W.H.O after a a US health official said a coronavirus vaccine might be approved without completing full trials.

"The United States will continue to engage our international partners to ensure we defeat this virus, but we will not be constrained by multilateral organizations influenced by the corrupt World Health Organization and China," White House spokesman Judd Deere said in a statement.

"This President will spare no expense to ensure that any new vaccine maintains our own FDA's gold standard for safety and efficacy, is thoroughly tested, and saves lives," he said.

Report has shown that Europe can live with COVID-19 without a vaccine by managing outbreaks with localised lockdowns, the World Health Organization's director for the region said, adding he did not expect a return to full national-level restrictions.

Nearly 25.5 million cases of coronavirus have been confirmed around the world, according to Johns Hopkins University, and 851,352 people have died. Some 16.8 million people have recovered.

                                                                
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