These countries want to prevent, as in the H1N1 flu pandemic in 2009, rich countries from negotiating large advances for vaccines and thus displacing poor countries.
It has already begun: In recent weeks, the United States has signed agreements with laboratories to prioritize future vaccine production, investments that exceeded 8 billion at the end of July.
Canada, for its part, is in discussions to pre-order doses of vaccines for its population.
It remains to be seen how the WHO resolution will translate on the ground, as there is no global entity responsible for ordering and paying for the manufacture of vaccines on a global scale.
The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), an international non-profit organization based in Switzerland that aims to increase access to vaccinations around the world, aims to ensure that the poorest inhabitants of the planet are not left behind when a vaccine becomes available.
GAVI participates in fundraising campaigns with governments and the private sector to accelerate children̵