World Health Organization: WHO warns again, says the magic pill is not corona vaccine, long-term epidemic – covid vaccine are not a silver bullet, world health organization warns againOn December 18, 2020 by admin
Vaccine is not a silver bullet, epidemic will last
Kasei Takeshi, WHO’s regional director for the Western Pacific, said these vaccines are not a silver bullet that would end the epidemic in the near future. The development of safe and effective vaccines is one thing. But it is necessary to produce them in sufficient quantity and reach everyone. This process is beginning in some parts of the region, but uniform delivery will take time.
It will take 2 years to deliver the vaccine to all the people
Kasei said that it may take 12 to 24 months for the common citizens to get the corona virus vaccine if left to those at high risk. He said that the youth are not adopting the measures that govern the corona of the group. In such a situation, there is a possibility of the decision to transition through them during the upcoming holidays. People with no symptoms can infect their loved ones or other family members over the Christmas holidays.
WHO warns about Christmas
The World Health Organization has issued a warning that people will gather with their friends and family during Europe during Christmas. This will also increase the risk of corona infection. In such a situation, the WHO has appealed that people should fulfill their responsibility to prevent the infection from growing. The organization has also said to try to keep the visitors out of the homes. If meeting in a closed hall or room, maintain social distancing and use masks.
The Director General of WHO has also warned
WHO Director General Tedros Adholm Ghebayeus has also warned about the vaccine. He said in August that the vaccine would not be a magic bullet that would eradicate the corona virus in a blink of an eye. We have a long way to go so everyone will have to make efforts together.
EU meeting on 21 December to approve the vaccine
Amid the increasing pace of infection, European Union (EU) President Ursula von der Leyen has announced that the corona vaccine will be approved within a week. According to the Medicines Agency of the European Union, a meeting of 27 countries has been convened by the Union on 21 December to approve the Pfizer-BioNtech corona vaccine. Germany recently appealed to the European Union to call this meeting as soon as possible.
Vaccination continues in US and UK
Vaccination work continues in the US and Britain on a war footing. Pfizer’s Corona vaccine has been approved for emergency use in the US. Whereas in Britain this vaccine is now being given to all people. Other companies in the US will also be taken to make more doses of this vaccine. At the same time, Moderna’s vaccine can also be given emergency approval soon.
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