‘Countries rely on effective vaccines to save lives and revitalize businesses. The World Bank's estimate of 4% growth this year is based on the widespread distribution of vaccines. Covid outbreaks and delays in inococci delivery, however, could reduce the expansion by only 1.6%... At least 49 high-income countries release Covid drugs, compared to one low-income nation reporting the first 25 doses. , according to the Director-General of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. “Not 25 million. Not 25,000. There are only 25, ”the meeting said on Monday. —‘ Disparities disparities alarm as Covid variants multiply ’by James Paton

One of the major risks facing the global economic outlook where the deep recession has for months now exacerbated income inequality and poverty seems to be likely to be the case for inequality in vaccine delivery, not to mention the immediate rapid climate change. That the state of vaccine inequality is likely to be highlighted by James Paton in his same Bloomberg article: 'High-income countries get 85% of Pfizer Inc. vaccine and all Moderna Inc., according to London-based research firm Airfinity Ltd. Most of the world will rely on UK drugmaker AstraZeneca Plc, whose vaccines are cheap and easy to distribute, as well as other manufacturers such as Sinovac Biotech Ltd.

In addition, the report states that even in the case of AstraZeneca, 59 percent are already protected in high-income and high-income countries, and only 17 percent are protected in low-income countries, and the rest will be distributed under the multi-problem COVAX-led program. WHO (World Health Organization), among others. Given this situation, the inequality of vaccine exposure poses a serious threat to global economic recovery.

To understand another important global risk, the World Economic Forum (WEF) recently released 'The Global Risks Report 2021', now in its sixteenth year. Risks at risk are based on the WEF’s ‘global risk assessment report for 2020’, high risks both in terms of opportunities and impact including infectious diseases, climate change, and related variables such as extreme weather, debt, and livelihood problems. Here, the economic risks surrounding the measure, depending on the opportunities and the impact, include debt issues, long-term suspensions, and business asset explosions. Other economic risks have also been identified, including declining public safety, asset shocks, and price volatility.

Although Survey does not estimate long-term inequality, debt problems and inflation rates are very high, the practice of ‘vaccination’, ‘food nationalism’, and to some extent even ‘oil nationalism’ due to reports that OPEC will make sense of reduced transactions to raise prices, and not to think so. internationally, the remaining oil importers and those who already find it difficult to manage the balance of payments when faced with high credit-related credit requirements, rising prices, and the availability of patented vaccines, all mean that debt problems are more likely than ever before, especially if given the weak response of many countries and two countries lending to creditors.

According to the report, ‘In low- and low-income countries, severe and long-lasting human impacts may be exacerbated by low levels of funding and fewer support staff. Poor working conditions and a lack of social protection are likely to increase the impact on the world's 2 billion unprotected workers and provide them with vaccines, food, and nationality, and risks, especially vaccine inequality, debt problems, and long-term resilience, all implying continued misery for many, especially in the southern hemisphere.

That tragedy breeds radicalization, segregation, and total instability. Political stability, which is the key to economic recovery and stability, has greatly diminished in recent years in countries under neoliberal attacks. Thus, the escalation of political instability, particularly as a result of the epidemic, remains a major threat to global economic recovery. Here, the inward policies of the developed countries during the epidemic, in the face of the high level of insecurity exacerbated by the epidemic, also did not provide the necessary economic support to both countries and other countries that challenge the financial challenge need to provide you with the necessary recovery.

This has allowed political parties in some way at the end of the economic sphere, in many developing countries and even in other developed countries, to exploit the feelings of the poorest people to overwhelm the masses, and, in turn, mounted a growing political wave of political instability. some economic issues are the old chaos and at the same time those groups with little political and economic experience to deal with the major challenges they face.

Political instability, therefore, is escalating even in developed countries, as given the severity of the disease which leaves much to be desired in terms of policy actions and the size of incentives there. Thus, while the age of the neoliberal invasion has already reduced the role of government in terms of its social role, but also in the control of the private sector, where the small idea of ​​a state of existence has allowed dictatorship for the benefit of the private sector. Thus, the epidemic has recently widened the chasm that has widened, which has widened the scope of political instability, as people continue to feel deprived over the years under Neoliberalism.