WHO warns, 'Coronavirus crisis unlikely to be over by the end of the year'
WHO's director of emergency programs, Dr. Michael Ryan, said that currently the world's only goal should be to keep the spread of covid-19 as low as possible.
New Delhi: Corona virus outbreaks have been continuing around the world for the last one year. Meanwhile, a senior World Health Organization (WHO) official said it would be premature and unrealistic to think that the pandemic would stop by the end of the year. The global pandemonium will be the end of this year. "It may be that the corona vaccine will significantly reduce cases of hospitalization and death of people due to illness," he said.
Corona is still alive:
WHO's director of emergency programs, Dr. Michael Ryan, said on Monday that currently the world's only goal should be to keep the spread of covid-19 as low as possible. He said that if we are smart, we can eliminate cases of hospitalization and death related to this pandemic by the end of the year.
Ryan said the WHO is confident of the data that many licensed vaccines appear to be helpful. In preventing the explosive spread of the virus. He said, "If the vaccine had a significant impact on the spread of the disease. Apart from just affecting the cases of death and hospitalization, then I believe we will move towards controlling this Pandemic."
Ryan, however, warned against any laxity, saying that nothing is guaranteed due to the changing nature of the epidemic. He said that the virus is still largely controlled.
Vaccination program begins in many countries:
The Director General of the WHO, meanwhile, said that it is regrettable that young and healthy adults are being vaccinated in rich countries, while in developing countries, health workers who are at risk are yet to be vaccinated.
Tedros Adhanom said that vaccination began in Ghana and Ivory Coast this week with the support of the United Nations, but he underscored that three months after countries like Britain, America and Canada started vaccinating their populations there This program has arrived.