WHO Accused of Rationing Ebola Vaccine in DR Congo


MHz
#1
Cause the disease and then hold back the cure. Same sory since they created the Black Death in 1350AD. Totally fukked people without a doubt. Somebody needs to cancel their credit cards permanently.

http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/2...ne-in-dr-congo
Aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) on Monday accused the World Health Organization of rationing the Ebola vaccine in the Democratic Republic of Congo where more than 2,100 people have died of the deadly virus.
"One of the main problems currently is the fact that in practice the vaccine is rationed by the WHO and that too few people at risk are protected today," MSF said in a statement.
It called for "the creation of an independent international coordination committee" to "guarantee the transparency of the management of stocks and data sharing".
Around 225,000 people have received the Ebola vaccination manufactured by German pharma giant Merck since August 8, 2018, "but this number remains largely insufficient", MSF said.
"Up to 2,000-2,5000 people could be vaccinated every day, against the current 50-1,000 people," MSF director of operations Isabelle Defourny said in the statement.
- 'Tight controls' -
"MSF's efforts to expand access to the vaccination in collaboration with the Ministry of Health... have come up against tight control imposed by WHO on supplies of vaccines," MSF said.
"The reasons behind these restrictions remain unclear," it said, adding that the current vaccine had "demonstrated its safety and effectiveness".
The medical charity also said that a shortage of the vaccine could not be the reason for the low numbers being vaccinated.
"Merck has just announced that in addition to the 245,000 doses already delivered to the WHO, they were ready to send 190,000 more doses if necessary and that 650,000 more would be made available in the next six to 18 months," it said.
The WHO denied limiting the availability of the drug, saying it was doing "everything possible" to end the epidemic.
"We partner closely with the DRC government to reach as many communities and individuals in the outbreak area as possible and are not limiting access to vaccine but rather implementing a strategy recommended by an independent advisory body of experts and as agreed with the government of the DRC and partners."
The criticism comes after DR Congo Health Minister Oly Ilunga stepped down on July 22 after being replaced as the head of the country's Ebola response effort. He criticised the WHO's plans to introduce a new, unlicenced vaccine to fight the epidemic in his resignation letter.
Ilunga has since been charged with embezzling funds allotted for the Ebola fight, according to his lawyers who reject the allegations saying accounts prove that public funds were used "exclusively" for the anti-Ebola effort.
"Strong pressure has been exerted for several months to roll out a new experiment in the DR Congo," Ilunga, a medical doctor, wrote in his resignation letter.
"It would be unrealistic to believe that the new vaccine, proposed by actors who have demonstrated a clear lack of ethics by voluntarily hiding important information from health authorities, could have a decisive impact on the control of the epidemic," he added.
The WHO has been pushing for the introduction of a second vaccine produced by a subsidiary of US company Johnson & Johnson, but the health ministry under Ilunga had resisted such a move, citing the risks of introducing a new product in communities where mistrust of Ebola responders is already high.
The Merck vaccine is tested but unlicensed, while the second drug is still in the trial investigation stage.
- Hike in cases -
The ongoing Ebola outbreak is the second-worst one in history after more than 11,000 people were killed in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia between 2014 and 2016.
But efforts to contain the haemorrhagic fever have been hindered from the start by conflict in eastern DRC, as well as attacks on medical teams amid resistance within some communities to preventative measures, care facilities and safe burials.
The WHO said last week that as of September 17, DRC had registered a total of 3,145 cases of Ebola since the outbreak began over a year ago, including 2,103 deaths.
New national head of the anti-Ebola operation Jean-Jacques Muyembe said earlier this month that the second vaccine was under review.
"We continue with the first vaccine in the places where there is the epidemic. The second vaccine will probably be used outside the epidemic areas to protect the population," he added, in comments to the news website actualite.cd.
Head of the MSF vaccination project in DRC John Johnson on Sunday told AFP from Goma: "We welcome the introduction of the second vaccine. It is up to the (Congolese) health ministry to decide where it can be used.
"To have a public health impact, the best use would be in the zones of active transmission," he added.
The WHO has declared the Ebola epidemic a "public health emergency of international concern".
 
Gilgamesh
#2
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Cause the disease and then hold back the cure. Same sory since they created the Black Death in 1350AD. Totally fukked people without a doubt. Somebody needs to cancel their credit cards permanently.

http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/2...ne-in-dr-congo
Aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) on Monday accused the World Health Organization of rationing the Ebola vaccine in the Democratic Republic of Congo where more than 2,100 people have died of the deadly virus.
"One of the main problems currently is the fact that in practice the vaccine is rationed by the WHO and that too few people at risk are protected today," MSF said in a statement.
It called for "the creation of an independent international coordination committee" to "guarantee the transparency of the management of stocks and data sharing".
Around 225,000 people have received the Ebola vaccination manufactured by German pharma giant Merck since August 8, 2018, "but this number remains largely insufficient", MSF said.
"Up to 2,000-2,5000 people could be vaccinated every day, against the current 50-1,000 people," MSF director of operations Isabelle Defourny said in the statement.
- 'Tight controls' -
"MSF's efforts to expand access to the vaccination in collaboration with the Ministry of Health... have come up against tight control imposed by WHO on supplies of vaccines," MSF said.
"The reasons behind these restrictions remain unclear," it said, adding that the current vaccine had "demonstrated its safety and effectiveness".
The medical charity also said that a shortage of the vaccine could not be the reason for the low numbers being vaccinated.
"Merck has just announced that in addition to the 245,000 doses already delivered to the WHO, they were ready to send 190,000 more doses if necessary and that 650,000 more would be made available in the next six to 18 months," it said.
The WHO denied limiting the availability of the drug, saying it was doing "everything possible" to end the epidemic.
"We partner closely with the DRC government to reach as many communities and individuals in the outbreak area as possible and are not limiting access to vaccine but rather implementing a strategy recommended by an independent advisory body of experts and as agreed with the government of the DRC and partners."
The criticism comes after DR Congo Health Minister Oly Ilunga stepped down on July 22 after being replaced as the head of the country's Ebola response effort. He criticised the WHO's plans to introduce a new, unlicenced vaccine to fight the epidemic in his resignation letter.
Ilunga has since been charged with embezzling funds allotted for the Ebola fight, according to his lawyers who reject the allegations saying accounts prove that public funds were used "exclusively" for the anti-Ebola effort.
"Strong pressure has been exerted for several months to roll out a new experiment in the DR Congo," Ilunga, a medical doctor, wrote in his resignation letter.
"It would be unrealistic to believe that the new vaccine, proposed by actors who have demonstrated a clear lack of ethics by voluntarily hiding important information from health authorities, could have a decisive impact on the control of the epidemic," he added.
The WHO has been pushing for the introduction of a second vaccine produced by a subsidiary of US company Johnson & Johnson, but the health ministry under Ilunga had resisted such a move, citing the risks of introducing a new product in communities where mistrust of Ebola responders is already high.
The Merck vaccine is tested but unlicensed, while the second drug is still in the trial investigation stage.
- Hike in cases -
The ongoing Ebola outbreak is the second-worst one in history after more than 11,000 people were killed in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia between 2014 and 2016.
But efforts to contain the haemorrhagic fever have been hindered from the start by conflict in eastern DRC, as well as attacks on medical teams amid resistance within some communities to preventative measures, care facilities and safe burials.
The WHO said last week that as of September 17, DRC had registered a total of 3,145 cases of Ebola since the outbreak began over a year ago, including 2,103 deaths.
New national head of the anti-Ebola operation Jean-Jacques Muyembe said earlier this month that the second vaccine was under review.
"We continue with the first vaccine in the places where there is the epidemic. The second vaccine will probably be used outside the epidemic areas to protect the population," he added, in comments to the news website actualite.cd.
Head of the MSF vaccination project in DRC John Johnson on Sunday told AFP from Goma: "We welcome the introduction of the second vaccine. It is up to the (Congolese) health ministry to decide where it can be used.
"To have a public health impact, the best use would be in the zones of active transmission," he added.
The WHO has declared the Ebola epidemic a "public health emergency of international concern".

Anyone who accuses nations (?) of creating the black death AND the cure in Medieval times, and then accuses some nation today of creating Ebola & its cure( which has been around for millenia has more than a few screws loose.

Get out of Mommy's basement and seek at least two things:-

1. A basic education.

2. Intense mental therapy.
 
Gilgamesh
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Cause the disease and then hold back the cure. Same sory since they created the Black Death in 1350AD. Totally fukked people without a doubt. Somebody needs to cancel their credit cards permanently.

http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/2...ne-in-dr-congo
Aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) on Monday accused the World Health Organization of rationing the Ebola vaccine in the Democratic Republic of Congo where more than 2,100 people have died of the deadly virus.
"One of the main problems currently is the fact that in practice the vaccine is rationed by the WHO and that too few people at risk are protected today," MSF said in a statement.
It called for "the creation of an independent international coordination committee" to "guarantee the transparency of the management of stocks and data sharing".
Around 225,000 people have received the Ebola vaccination manufactured by German pharma giant Merck since August 8, 2018, "but this number remains largely insufficient", MSF said.
"Up to 2,000-2,5000 people could be vaccinated every day, against the current 50-1,000 people," MSF director of operations Isabelle Defourny said in the statement.
- 'Tight controls' -
"MSF's efforts to expand access to the vaccination in collaboration with the Ministry of Health... have come up against tight control imposed by WHO on supplies of vaccines," MSF said.
"The reasons behind these restrictions remain unclear," it said, adding that the current vaccine had "demonstrated its safety and effectiveness".
The medical charity also said that a shortage of the vaccine could not be the reason for the low numbers being vaccinated.
"Merck has just announced that in addition to the 245,000 doses already delivered to the WHO, they were ready to send 190,000 more doses if necessary and that 650,000 more would be made available in the next six to 18 months," it said.
The WHO denied limiting the availability of the drug, saying it was doing "everything possible" to end the epidemic.
"We partner closely with the DRC government to reach as many communities and individuals in the outbreak area as possible and are not limiting access to vaccine but rather implementing a strategy recommended by an independent advisory body of experts and as agreed with the government of the DRC and partners."
The criticism comes after DR Congo Health Minister Oly Ilunga stepped down on July 22 after being replaced as the head of the country's Ebola response effort. He criticised the WHO's plans to introduce a new, unlicenced vaccine to fight the epidemic in his resignation letter.
Ilunga has since been charged with embezzling funds allotted for the Ebola fight, according to his lawyers who reject the allegations saying accounts prove that public funds were used "exclusively" for the anti-Ebola effort.
"Strong pressure has been exerted for several months to roll out a new experiment in the DR Congo," Ilunga, a medical doctor, wrote in his resignation letter.
"It would be unrealistic to believe that the new vaccine, proposed by actors who have demonstrated a clear lack of ethics by voluntarily hiding important information from health authorities, could have a decisive impact on the control of the epidemic," he added.
The WHO has been pushing for the introduction of a second vaccine produced by a subsidiary of US company Johnson & Johnson, but the health ministry under Ilunga had resisted such a move, citing the risks of introducing a new product in communities where mistrust of Ebola responders is already high.
The Merck vaccine is tested but unlicensed, while the second drug is still in the trial investigation stage.
- Hike in cases -
The ongoing Ebola outbreak is the second-worst one in history after more than 11,000 people were killed in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia between 2014 and 2016.
But efforts to contain the haemorrhagic fever have been hindered from the start by conflict in eastern DRC, as well as attacks on medical teams amid resistance within some communities to preventative measures, care facilities and safe burials.
The WHO said last week that as of September 17, DRC had registered a total of 3,145 cases of Ebola since the outbreak began over a year ago, including 2,103 deaths.
New national head of the anti-Ebola operation Jean-Jacques Muyembe said earlier this month that the second vaccine was under review.
"We continue with the first vaccine in the places where there is the epidemic. The second vaccine will probably be used outside the epidemic areas to protect the population," he added, in comments to the news website actualite.cd.
Head of the MSF vaccination project in DRC John Johnson on Sunday told AFP from Goma: "We welcome the introduction of the second vaccine. It is up to the (Congolese) health ministry to decide where it can be used.
"To have a public health impact, the best use would be in the zones of active transmission," he added.
The WHO has declared the Ebola epidemic a "public health emergency of international concern".

Actually it is extraterrestrials from Vulcan who are plotting to kill people. Everyone knows that.
 
MHz
#4
You should have stopped at that event rather than trying to discredit all claimed events.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unethi..._United_States
Unethical human experimentation in the United States describes numerous experiments performed on human test subjects in the United States that have been considered unethical, and were often performed illegally, without the knowledge, consent, or informed consent of the test subjects. Such tests have occurred throughout American history, but particularly in the 20th century. The experiments include: the exposure of humans to many chemical and biological weapons (including infection with deadly or debilitating diseases), human radiation experiments, injection of toxic and radioactive chemicals, surgical experiments, interrogation and torture experiments, tests involving mind-altering substances, and a wide variety of others. Many of these tests were performed on children,[1] the sick, and mentally disabled individuals, often under the guise of "medical treatment". In many of the studies, a large portion of the subjects were poor, racial minorities, or prisoners.[ citation needed ] (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuskegee_Airmen)
Funding for many of the experiments was provided by the United States government, especially the United States military, the Central Intelligence Agency, or private corporations involved with military activities.[2] [3] [4] The human research programs were usually highly secretive, and in many cases information about them was not released until many years after the studies had been performed.
The ethical, professional, and legal implications of this in the United States medical and scientific community were quite significant, and led to many institutions and policies that attempted to ensure that future human subject research in the United States would be ethical and legal. Public outrage in the late 20th century over the discovery of government experiments on human subjects led to numerous congressional investigations and hearings, including the Church Committee and Rockefeller Commission, both of 1975 and the 1994 Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments, among others.
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  • 1 Surgical experiments
  • 2 Pathogens, disease and biological warfare agents
    • 2.1 Late 19th century
    • 2.2 Early 20th century
    • 2.3 1940s
    • 2.4 1950s
    • 2.5 1960s
  • 3 Human radiation experiments
    • 3.1 Radioactive iodine experiments
    • 3.2 Uranium experiments
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    • 3.5 Fallout research
    • 3.6 Irradiation experiments
  • 4 Chemical experiments
    • 4.1 Nonconsensual tests
    • 4.2 Operation Top Hat
    • 4.3 Holmesburg program
  • 5 Psychological and torture experiments
    • 5.1 U.S. government research
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      • 5.1.2 Drug deaths
      • 5.1.3 MKUltra
        • 5.1.3.1 Concerns
        • 5.1.3.2 Shutdown
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  • 8 Legal, academic and professional policy
  • 9 See also
  • 10 References
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Should the Federal Minister of Health be clueless as to what is causing the health issues with certain Indian Villages, even after being in Niger for a decade.(setting up a pipeline for vaccines, the one that just broke down due to a shortage in the supply and demand of that vaccine)
The WHO are the ones running the military bio-warfare labs, why do you feel the need to keep that from being mentioned?