Behind the Economy ... Gates: We are not doing enough to end the "pandemic"
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The American billionaire, Bill Gates, described the rapid development of Corona vaccines as a "miracle" that would help Americans return to a "semi-normal" lifestyle early next fall, but he warned at the same time that officials in the world are not doing Enough for a full return to normal before the end of next year.
Forbes magazine quoted Gates as saying: "Unfortunately, the CDC failed in the United States a little in the initial tasks," pointing to early shortcomings in the Corona tests.
Speaking to CNN, 65-year-old Gates said, "Next fall should bring some normalcy to Americans, with basically every school returning, and a certain level of occupancy in restaurants and sporting events once." Other ».
Gates warned that "the biggest problem is that we are not doing enough to end the pandemic worldwide," pointing out that vaccines so far "only go to rich countries", which exacerbates the risk of the Corona virus spreading outside those countries, and then returning to the states. United.
He added that "these risks, which are exacerbated by the potential wave of re-infection, mean that a full return to normalcy may take the whole of 2022, unless we do a better job."
Gates suggested that additional vaccine factories in countries such as India could help reduce the risk of infection abroad and return to normal life faster.
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