More deadly … global health: mutated strains on the way

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A World Health Organization expert said today, Friday, that more strains of the Coronavirus are expected to be discovered, but now we “know how to act.”

“I would like the fear (of strains) to turn into something fruitful, something of strength,” said Maria Van Kerkhove, the chief technical expert on Covid-19 at the World Health Organization, during an online briefing in Geneva.

The Director of the World Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, earlier today called on countries not to vaccinate children and boys against Covid-19 and to donate vaccines to the Kovacs platform with the aim of redistributing them to countries that need them.

‘Much more lethal’

Also, he considered in a press conference that according to the course that things are taking, the second year of the epidemic’s spread will be “much more deadly” than the first year. “I understand why some countries want their children and boys to be vaccinated, but I ask you to consider giving up this and giving vaccines to Kovacs,” he said. It is the international platform established to ensure that vaccines reach countries in a fair form.

And noting that the Director of the Health Organization pointed out that many countries are still witnessing record outbreaks of infection, such as India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and some countries of the American continent, stressing that “Covid-19 has so far resulted in the death of more than 3.3 million people and according to the course that matters are taking, The second year of the outbreak will be much more deadly than the first year. ”

Warnings about a “vaccine nation”

It is noteworthy that for months, the Health Organization has denounced what it considers “vaccine nationalism” that denies several countries the ability to protect their most vulnerable citizens and the treated medical staff, especially since the European Union and the United States pledged to vaccinate the vast majority of their people by the summer.

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