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World Health Organization: "Corona plague will continue into 2022" | Israel today

2021-10-21T08:29:12.633Z

A senior member of the organization criticized the conduct of the developed countries and warned that if the inhabitants of the Third World were not vaccinated - the plague could continue for more than a year.



The World Health Organization warned today (Thursday) that the corona plague will be "dragged into the second half of 2022", due to the slow rate of immunization in third world countries.

Dr. Bruce Eyalwood, a senior member of the United Nations World Health Organization, called on rich countries to allow drug companies to prioritize low-income countries and present the vaccine data they have pledged to donate to poor countries.

"I can tell you we are not on the right track. We must accelerate immunization in poor countries or this epidemic will last a year longer than it should last," the senior official told the British Broadcasting Authority.

Less than five percent of the African continent's population has been vaccinated with some form of corona virus, with other continents averaging over 40 percent.

His country Tahitar has pledged to deliver more than a billion vaccine doses to humble countries in South America, East Asia and Africa.

Britain has pledged to deliver one hundred million vaccines and has already delivered close to ten million vaccine doses.

The FDA ruled tonight that a person can be vaccinated with a third dose of a company-made corona vaccine different from the first two doses.

At the same time, the use of Modern & Johnson & Johnson's propulsion dose was approved.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's decision to approve "mixing" vaccines is a milestone in the U.S. vaccination campaign, and may help those who have experienced side effects from one of the vaccines and are interested in getting another company's booster.

Source: israelhayom

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