November 3, 2021

In a few months, the global Covid-19 problem should be under control.

The global epidemiological crisis can be brought under control in the coming months, but one must be prepared to deter similar dangers in the future, according to Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council, in an article published in the Rossiyskaya Gazeta daily.

“There are significant indications that the situation with the (coronavirus illness 2019) will be brought under control in the next months. However, it is also self-evident that future threats would require ongoing preparation “he stated

Medvedev stated that the international community must concentrate on all systems that affect citizens’ lives, health, and well-being.

“It is also critical to implement new technology, eradicate societal inequities, assist the most vulnerable groups of people, and establish an emergency fund. Everyone should have access to high-quality healthcare services, both emergency and planned, as well as medicines, vaccines, and other forms of protection, which enable people to not only survive but also to enjoy full lives every day “Added he.

The Covid-19, according to Medvedev, is expected to last a long time.

“The likelihood of future local (coronavirus) outbreaks persists even after mass vaccination and the development of herd immunity,” he warned.

Medvedev emphasized that the events of the previous two years had already left an indelible impact on civilization’s history.

“Everyone is truly responsible to all men for all men and for everything,” he said, quoting Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky.

“Currently, each of us must reconsider our level of personal responsibility for both our own health and the safety of others. For all that occurs in our world, and for the fate of all humans in general, “Medvedev stated the following.

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