Vaccine will not be enough to stop Corona: WHO Chief
The Corona vaccine is eagerly awaited worldwide. Meanwhile, the WHO has issued a warning saying that vaccine alone will not stop the pandemic in the world alone.
New Delhi: The entire world has been facing the Corona epidemic for a long time. In such a situation, people's hope rests on the corona vaccine. People all over the world are eagerly waiting for the covid-19 vaccine.
At the same time, good news about the vaccine is also coming out from many countries. But in the meantime, a warning issued by the World Health Organization (WHO). Indeed, WHO says that only the corona vaccine will not end this epidemic in the world.
The vaccine alone will not end the pandemic:
The Chief of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom. He said in his warning that even if a vaccine is made in the world, it will not able to end the corona alone. Adhanom said that the vaccine used with all the methods that are currently being used. But it is not the case that after the introduction of the vaccine, all treatment systems that are currently are replaceable.
However, he said that after the introduction of the vaccine, the number of deaths due to epidemics in the world will reduce and this will make the health system even better. Apart from this, the WHO Chief also told that if the vaccine launched, then to whom it will receive first. He said that if the vaccine (Corona Virus Vaccine) is manufactured, it will be given initially to the health workers. After this, the priority of other people will be decided.
With this, WHO Chief Tedros Adhanom said in his warning that even after the introduction of the corona virus vaccine, there will be a considerable possibility of spreading of Covid-19 infection.
For information, let us tell you that after a long time of the corona virus Pandemic. Only good news about vaccine has started coming from all over the world. Meanwhile, Adar Poonawala, CEO of the vaccine manufacturing firm Serum Institute of India, said India could be given one million doses of the vaccine being developed by the UK by the end of this year.