World! Be prepared for next pandemic, says WHO Chief
WHO chief Dr. Tedros Adhom Grabesis has said that everyone should be prepared for this pandemic. It also said that countries around the world should invest a lot of money in public health before the next pandemic, otherwise a condition like corona is expected.
New Delhi: In view of the infection and its effects of the corona pandemic, WHO chief Dr. Tedros Adhom Grabesis has said that everyone should be prepared for this pandemic. It also said that countries around the world should invest a lot of money in public health before the next pandemic, otherwise a condition like corona is expected.
Dr. Tedros said that Novel Corona virus has infected 27.7 million people all over the world and killed over 8.88 lakh people.
This isn't last pandemic, be ready for next: Dr. Tedros
The WHO chief also said that Covid-19 has changed the picture of the world. Only from December 2019 till now its fear is increasing. During a press briefing in Geneva said that this is not the last pandemic. History is witness to many epidemics. These epidemics are the truth of life. They do not end.
Vaccine should be manufactured:
Many countries of the world should conduct joint research on potential diseases vaccines and medicines. Arrangements should be made for immediate manufacture and market of vaccines and medicines so that whenever an epidemic spreads, it can be controlled immediately. No corona virus vaccine will be found by the end of this year.
Less chances of vaccine this year:
Europe, America, Mexico and Russia had the highest expectations from the Oxford University vaccine. Mike Ryan, head of the WHO's head of the emergency program, said researchers around the world are working very fast. So that the vaccine can be made. But the vaccine will not be available in the market till the end of this year.
The WHO has made it clear that it will never support a vaccine that is developed in haste and does not prove to be safe with efficacy. In the final stages, companies are testing their vaccines on thousands of volunteers to ensure they are safe.