COVID-19 Pandemic Global Action Meeting

COVID-19 Pandemic Global United States

COVID-19 Pandemic Global Action Meeting In United States


As we all know that we are entering in the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic in the whole world. the COVID-19 pandemic new variant Omicron has been rapidly increasing and has had far-reaching impacts to the people around the world, and we have gaps in the global response to hinder out efforts to counter this COVID-19 pandemic new variant Omicron crisis. for the removing the acute phase of the COVID-19 pandemic is the top priority for the United States of America, but the United States cannot do this alone. We know the urgency to fight the COVID-19 pandemic New variant. We want more information and collaboration, which needs to be done to stop the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, we are required to all of us to do it by Enhancing engagement, better donor coordination among the countries, and COVID-19 pandemic action-oriented leadership are urgent and essential. A global COVID-19 pandemic requires a global action plan to fight from the new variant of COVID-19 pandemic. the United States of America will conduct a virtual COVID-19 pandemic Global Action Meeting on February 14. This COVID-19 pandemic is not just a health crisis, but also It is a humanitarian, development, and security crisis. we all know that Health security is national security, and we welcome all the foreign ministers to play a central role in bringing to end the acute phase of this COVID-19 pandemic, and preparing for the next bright future. the United States counterparts and leaders from regional and international organizations will discuss the leadership roles and actions to end the acute phase of the COVID-19 Global Action Plan (GAP), which builds by the United States President Biden’s Global COVID-19 Summit, which themes is the vaccinating the world, saving lives, and building better health security around the world.  Specifically, the United States is urging and asking countries to step up with the global COVID-19 pandemic plan by Bolster Supply Chain Resilience; COVID-19 pandemic Address Information Gaps; Increase Support for Health Care Workers; Ensure Acute Non-Vaccine Interventions; and Strengthen the COVID-19 pandemic Global Health Security Architecture. We want to coordinate and responsibility for sectoral, regional, and global leadership in each line of effort building on the momentum generated by the COVID-19 Global Summit, and continuing regular engagement among foreign ministers to address the COVID-19 pandemic health security.