COVID-19 response measures: Recommendations to G20 Health and Finance Ministers on the protection of health workers, access to diagnostics, therapeutics or vaccines and to support debt cancellation and financial assistance
Amnesty International is calling on the G20 Health and Finance Ministers to demonstrate global leadership by adopting bold plans at their meeting on 17 September 2020 to protect health workers, ensure that everyone is able to access all necessary diagnostics, therapeutics or vaccines and support the poorest states to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, including through debt cancellation. The G20 Action Plan must be updated accordingly.
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