The meeting will be held online with the participation of heads of state and government. They will discuss international cooperation to counter the spread of COVID-19.
The UN General Assembly will discuss the coronavirus pandemic at a meeting on December 3-4. Reported by France 24 on Thursday, 5 November.
The approval of the date of the session was supported by most of the UN member states, no one voted against, and the United States, Israel, and Armenia abstained.
At the same time, the meeting will be held online, since the presence of the delegates personally is unlikely. They will discuss international cooperation to combat the disease.
It is noted that the session should be attended by the heads of state and government. They can send in pre-recorded five-minute videos, which will be shown in the General Assembly hall after brief statements by representatives of states.
Scientists have also found that the flu vaccine protects against the complications of COVID-19. Doctors do not yet know what this is connected with, since antibodies to influenza do not respond to coronavirus.