The 10 richest billionaires could pay for all Covid-19 vaccines

The richest people in the world could pay for the Covid-19 vaccines for all the people in the world. Keep reading to discover all the details you must know!

The richest people in the world could pay for the Covid-19 vaccines for all the people in the world. Keep reading to discover all the details you must know!

The international organization Oxfam presented its report ‘The virus of inequality’, in which it gives an account of the phenomena of the economy associated with the pandemic and how the wealth of the world's greatest billionaires increases; while the poor of the planet face years of difficulties.

The international organization Oxfam presented its report ‘The virus of inequality’

According to this organization, the Covid-19 pandemic has the ability to increase inequality in almost all countries at the same time. While billionaires recovered from the economic blow that resulted from the first shutdowns and returned to their old fortunes in just nine months, it could take up to a decade for the world's poorest people to return to the economic conditions they were in before the pandemic.

The report provides data that reveals how the pandemic deepened inequalities. In this sense, Oxfam points out that if mortality rates were equal to those of the white population, about 22,000 Latinos and blacks in the United States would not have died from the outbreak.

The report provides data that reveals how the pandemic deepened inequalities.

Similarly, if women had not had greater participation than men in the sectors of the economy that have suffered the most from the economic crisis, 112 million women would no longer be at high risk of losing their income or their jobs.

The list of the 10 richest men in the world is headed by Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk. It also includes the CEO of luxury group LVMH, Bernard Arnault; Bill Gates of Microsoft and the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. These entrepreneurs saw their net worth increase by $ 540 billion in the 2020 pandemic period. According to Oxfam, that money would be enough to prevent people from falling into poverty due to the effects of the virus and it would also guarantee a vaccine for all people in the world. planet.

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