Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that the World Health Organization (WHO) must be reformed to build a more resilient global health security architecture, emphasizing the importance of streamlining supply chains to make them steady and predictable. The company uses its vaccination and pharmaceutical licensing processes.
Modi emphasized India’s involvement in combating the coronavirus outbreak in his statement at the second global Covid virtual conference, stressing that New Delhi will expand its genetic sequencing network to neighboring countries.
The prime minister, who attended the summit at the invitation of US President Joe Biden, stated that India had adopted a “people-centric” strategy to combat the pandemic and that the country was running the world’s largest vaccination campaign, with nearly 90% of the adult population and more than 50 million children already vaccinated.
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