To finally end this pandemic, humanity needs to step up. And time isn’t on our side.
Science has given the world a fighting chance against COVID-19. But now, vaccine inequality is fueling COVID cases around the world. In low-income countries, billions of people are still waiting for their first shot.
Through a Global Week of Action, local communities in over 50 countries are mobilising to speak out and tell our leaders enough is enough.
A global call to make COVID history.
Every day that passes, more families lose loved ones, more children lose out on education, and the world's economy gets further away from recovering.
Across the globe, we've had enough of the endless cycle of variants, restrictions, and disruptions. We want our lives back.
We believe our leaders have a responsibility to ensure that every country has the tools to fight the virus and end this pandemic, everywhere. But right now, billions of people in low income countries are being left behind.
If we work together, we can save millions of lives, stop the virus spreading, and build a stronger, healthier and safer future for all.
The Global Week of Action is an important opportunity to mobilise and call on our leaders to ensure that COVID-19 vaccines, tests, and treatments are not luxury items. All countries should have the means to fight the ongoing pandemic.Becky Earl, UK
Billions of people in low income countries are left completely unprotected.
Two years into the pandemic there's no end in sight. While some countries are rolling out programmes for booster shots at home, billions of people in low income countries are left completely unprotected.
Unless the world changes strategy fast, we won't escape this pandemic anytime soon. World leaders have promised that this will be the year we finally end this crisis. But we need real action. No more excuses.
Add your name to the global call to make COVID history
We believe our leaders have a responsibility to ensure that every country has the tools to fight the virus and end this pandemic, everywhere.