The U.N. is recommending a global ban on the use of vaccines in the U, but the U!
is sticking to its current policy of allowing the use and selling of vaccines, a top U.K. official says.
U.S.-U.K.-Uranian Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr. Richard Angell, is expected to present his case to the U.-K.-Russian Group of Experts on Wednesday.
Dr. Angell told The Associated Press that he will urge Russia to lift the ban on vaccines that will be imposed on the U., U.Y., UAS and UAS-Russian airlines in 2019.
“There are now too many cases of measles, whooping cough and tetanus,” Angell said.
“We are now seeing a sharp rise in the number of cases of autism, and other neurological conditions.”
Russia will be required to publish the results of the coronavirus surveillance system, including the number and type of new cases, by the end of March 2019, Angell added.
A total of 1,066 people died from the coronavalvirus outbreak in the United States, compared with 1,737 deaths from the outbreak in Russia.
The United States has recorded a total of 717 new coronaviruses, and Russia has recorded an additional 5,946 cases.
The United States is seeing the highest number of new coronavalcirus cases in more than 20 years.
U. S. Health Secretary Tom Price has said that the U-K.-Russia group is working to limit the spread of the virus and is reviewing its existing measures.
Angell said Russia will also need to work with the U.’s WHO to implement a national vaccination strategy.
This is a very complex issue, but we must do all we can to reduce the number, severity and scope of the pandemic and reduce the deaths from all causes,” Angeell said.
Russian officials are worried about the impact of a U. K.-UAS boycott of vaccines.
Earlier this month, Russia lifted a ban on importing vaccines from U. U., while U.A.S., Australia and China continued to block imports of vaccines from the U and other countries.
Meanwhile, the UAS Association of North America said it is now asking for a global vaccine ban.
More stories from around the world: The Associated Press contributed to this report.