The United Kingdom boasts that it has won the first place in vaccine competition! The United States and Europe all scold fudge and cant resist it

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 The United Kingdom boasts that it has won the first place in vaccine competition! The United States and Europe all scold fudge and cant resist it


New York Times reported on the 4th, British and American officials on how to defeat the United States to first approve vaccine authorization debate, this debate involves regulatory standards and politics. Williamson, the education secretary, said triumphantly that the UK won the race because the countrys regulators were better. We obviously have the best health care regulator, much better than the French, much better than the Belgians, and much better than the Americans. In an interview with BBC London on March 3, he not only praised the government departments, but also upgraded this boast to the whole country. Britain is the first country to authorize the use of this vaccine because we are much better than each of them, arent we?

The British government approved the Pfizer / biontech vaccine on the 2nd, which was made under the emergency approval process. The procedure allows the UK drug regulator to temporarily approve the vaccine 10 days after reviewing data from large-scale trials. The City Morning Post said that the EUs delay in the formal safety assessment of Pfizer / biontech and Modena vaccines means that Europe will not be vaccinated until next year, which is lagging behind in the vaccine battle. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will not discuss whether to approve Pfizer / biontech vaccine urgently on the 10th.

It is not clear whether Williamson is joking, the guardian said on the 4th, but just before his remarks, British health minister Hancock said that the reason why Britain became the first country in the world to approve the vaccine was brexit. This statement was quickly responded by a number of cabinet ministers. Reuters commented that authorizing emergency use of the vaccine was seen by many as a political coup by British Prime Minister Johnson. He led the UK out of the EU, but was criticized for the way it dealt with the epidemic.

The European Medicines Agency, which is responsible for approving the EU vaccine, issued a rare strong statement saying that the UK put speed above winning public trust. In fact, the United Kingdom is still under the umbrella of EU regulation in drug and vaccine approval, the New York Times said. Peter Marx, director of FDAs Center for evaluation and research of biological products, also joined the debate on the 4th, saying that the reason why the United Kingdom beat the United States in approving the vaccine was that the US regulatory authorities were more cautious.

To the medias surprise, fudge, director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases, who usually dislikes open conflict, has been outspoken in criticizing Britain. Britain is not careful enough, he said in an interview with Fox News on the 3rd. People dont want to get vaccinated if youre too eager for success and just do superficial work. In contrast, the U.S. FDA has a set of gold regulatory standards. Later, in the CBS program, fouch again criticized the UK for rushing to approve the vaccine, which was like taking a shortcut in a marathon race and joining in the last mile of the stage.

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After the conflict, fouch held out the olive branch. The New York Times reported that fudge appeared on the BBC program later on the 3rd. He looked a little depressed and said he apologized for it. Its better - its just different, its not the way we do things, its not the same way. Fudge said the politicization of the epidemic in the United States has led regulators to act more cautiously than in the UK to avoid losing public support. The independent newspaper reported that Johnson was later forced to withdraw his Cabinet Secretarys statement. On the 5th, his spokesman welcomed fouchs change of attitude.

Debate threatens confidence in vaccines

Is vaccine nationalism on the rise? The Los Angeles Times says the UK may be a case in point. Sometimes, for months, the global public health experts have been fighting the epidemic at the expense of their own. While it is normal for world leaders to give priority to their own national interests, the situation becomes dangerous when public health decisions are driven by domestic political concerns.

Interpol orange warning:

On the 4 day novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed in the world over 65 million 110 thousand and the death toll exceeded 1 million 500 thousand. Novel coronavirus pneumonia, which is a weekly average, is equivalent to one person dying every 9 seconds because of the new crown pneumonia, the South China Morning Post said. According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the number of new confirmed cases in the United States on the same day set another one-day record, reaching 217000 cases and 2900 new deaths. US President-elect Biden told CNN on the 3rd that he will require Americans to wear masks for 100 days after taking office. CNN said this shows that Bidens response to the epidemic will be very different from that of trump. Fudge confirmed on the 4th that he accepted Bidens invitation on the spot to serve as Bidens chief medical advisor and become a member of his anti epidemic team.

Here comes the vaccine, but does everyone want it? Qatari al Jazeera television reported that with the spread of online rumors, such as vaccination will be injected into microchips, the government is now facing a problem of how to persuade skeptical people. Biden said on the 3rd that he would be vaccinated publicly to show the world its safety. British health minister Hancock also said he would be vaccinated live on television. Vaccines bring hope to the world, but they also face threats. Interpol issued a global orange circular to its 194 members on Wednesday night, warning that criminal gangs call the new crown vaccine liquid gold and that criminal organizations are trying to infiltrate or disrupt the supply chain as countries prepare to launch vaccines, the Wall Street Journal reported on the 4th. The paper said the orange notification was a warning of a serious and urgent threat to public security. Source: www.globegroup.com Author: Sun Wei Chen Xin editor: Wang Xiaowu_ NF

Here comes the vaccine, but does everyone want it? Qatari al Jazeera television reported that with the spread of online rumors, such as vaccination will be injected into microchips, the government is now facing a problem of how to persuade skeptical people. Biden said on the 3rd that he would be vaccinated publicly to show the world its safety. British health minister Hancock also said he would be vaccinated live on television.

Vaccines bring hope to the world, but they also face threats. Interpol issued a global orange circular to its 194 members on Wednesday night, warning that criminal gangs call the new crown vaccine liquid gold and that criminal organizations are trying to infiltrate or disrupt the supply chain as countries prepare to launch vaccines, the Wall Street Journal reported on the 4th. The paper said the orange notification was a warning of a serious and urgent threat to public security.