The vaccine wont be sufficient to stop Covid pandemic WHO boss

The vaccine won’t be sufficient to stop Covid pandemic: WHO boss

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The pandemic is seething a very long time after it broke out, with contaminations taking off past 54 million and guaranteeing more than 1.3 million lives.

The top of the World Health Organization said Monday that immunization would not without help from anyone else stop the Covid pandemic.

The pandemic is seething a very long time after it broke out, with contaminations taking off past 54 million and guaranteeing more than 1.3 million lives.

“An immunization will supplement different instruments we have, not supplant them,” chief general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said. “An immunization on its own won’t end the pandemic.”

The WHO’s figures for Saturday demonstrated that 660,905 Covid cases were accounted for to the UN wellbeing office, setting another high watermark.

That number, and the 645,410 enlisted on Friday, outperformed the past day by a day record high of 614,013 recorded on November 7.

Tedros said that provisions of the immunization would at first be confined, with “wellbeing laborers, more established individuals and other in danger populaces (to) be organized. That will ideally diminish the quantity of passings and empower the wellbeing frameworks to adapt.”

Yet, he cautioned: “That will in any case leave the infection with a great deal of space to move. Reconnaissance should proceed, individuals will at present should be tried, secluded and thought about, contacts will in any case should be followed… furthermore, people will even now should be thought about.”


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