The “World Health” brings good news about “Omicron”… in this way

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The organization considered that inequality in the distribution of vaccines is one of the most cause for concern


A state of panic and anxiety erupted globally after South Africa announced “Omicron”, the new mutant of the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19); This prompted about 56 countries around the world to impose travel restrictions. Despite the mystery surrounding the virus, the World Health Organization provided good news about the mutator, its symptoms, and the effectiveness of vaccines against it.

The organization said that there is no evidence so far of a decline in the effectiveness of vaccines in the face of the new mutation, which it described a few days ago as “alarming”, explaining that some indicators show that most infections are minor.

The World Organization indicated that there is no need to develop new vaccines, but it is sufficient to make simple modifications to existing vaccines, pointing out that there are multiple means and tools to prevent the spread of the “Omicron” mutated.

At a time when many countries tended to impose new measures, travel restrictions, and bans on travel to and from some African countries, the “World Health” had another opinion. It held that “a travel ban in general will not stop the spread of Omicron”, but it also recommended that those over the age of 60 not travel for the time being, and postpone their plans.

The organization considered that the inequality in the distribution of vaccines is one of the most causes for concern in the face of the pandemic, in reference to the emergence of the mutated in Africa, which is unfortunate in terms of the proportion of vaccine distribution.

Mystery of the new mutant

Mystery still surrounds the new mutant, and the World Health Organization expects to have more information within days about the extent of Omicron’s ability to transmit, and its symptoms.

One possible scenario is that the new strain, which was first discovered in South Africa, may be more transmissible than the common delta strain, the head of the WHO’s epidemiology technical team, Maria Van Kerkhove, told a news briefing.

She added that it is not yet known whether “Omicron” causes more severe symptoms to the infected; It is still shrouded in mystery.

Are vaccines effective?

There is no evidence so far of the ineffectiveness of vaccines with “Omicron”, according to what the World Health Organization confirmed, which was also stressed by Ugur Sahin, CEO of “Biontech”, explaining that the Pfizer-Biontech vaccine is effective against severe symptoms of Covid-19, It is likely that it will continue to be effective against the ‘Omicron’ mutant.

And Shaheen demanded to quickly give a third booster dose of vaccines, pointing out that the plan is still the same in the face of the new mutant.

How do we face it?

There is no doubt that adherence to health precautions and protocols will spare us – God willing – the mutants and variables that occur in the virus, in addition to rushing to register to receive the third booster dose of vaccines.

Angelica Coetzee, president of the South African Medical Association and discoverer of “Omicron”, confirmed in statements to Al-Arabiya channel the need to urgently receive the booster doses, saying: “The booster doses of the vaccine help in confronting the mutant.”

She also added that there is no need for a new vaccine to combat the strain that appeared last week, and has reached more than 24 countries so far, but that simple modifications can be made to the existing vaccines.

The Saudi Ministry of Health urged those who received the two doses of immunization, and more than 6 months have passed since they received them, to register to receive the booster dose. This is to increase the acquired immunity, and to prevent injuries, God forbid.

The “World Health” brings good news about “Omicron”… In this way it can be overcome

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A state of panic and anxiety erupted globally after South Africa announced “Omicron”, the new mutant of the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19); This prompted about 56 countries around the world to impose travel restrictions. Despite the mystery surrounding the virus, the World Health Organization provided good news about the mutator, its symptoms, and the effectiveness of vaccines against it.

The organization said that there is no evidence so far of a decline in the effectiveness of vaccines in the face of the new mutation, which it described a few days ago as “alarming”, explaining that some indicators show that most infections are minor.

The World Organization indicated that there is no need to develop new vaccines, but it is sufficient to make simple modifications to existing vaccines, pointing out that there are multiple means and tools to prevent the spread of the “Omicron” mutated.

At a time when many countries tended to impose new measures, travel restrictions, and bans on travel to and from some African countries, the “World Health” had another opinion. It held that “a travel ban in general will not stop the spread of Omicron”, but it also recommended that those over the age of 60 not travel for the time being, and postpone their plans.

The organization considered that the inequality in the distribution of vaccines is one of the most causes for concern in the face of the pandemic, in reference to the emergence of the mutated in Africa, which is unfortunate in terms of the proportion of vaccine distribution.

Mystery of the new mutant

Mystery still surrounds the new mutant, and the World Health Organization expects to have more information within days about the extent of Omicron’s ability to transmit, and its symptoms.

One possible scenario is that the new strain, which was first discovered in South Africa, may be more transmissible than the common delta strain, the head of the WHO’s epidemiology technical team, Maria Van Kerkhove, told a news briefing.

She added that it is not yet known whether “Omicron” causes more severe symptoms to the infected; It is still shrouded in mystery.

Are vaccines effective?

There is no evidence so far of the ineffectiveness of vaccines with “Omicron”, according to what the World Health Organization confirmed, which was also stressed by Ugur Sahin, CEO of “Biontech”, explaining that the Pfizer-Biontech vaccine is effective against severe symptoms of Covid-19, It is likely that it will continue to be effective against the ‘Omicron’ mutant.

And Shaheen demanded to quickly give a third booster dose of vaccines, pointing out that the plan is still the same in the face of the new mutant.

How do we face it?

There is no doubt that adherence to health precautions and protocols will spare us – God willing – the mutants and variables that occur in the virus, in addition to rushing to register to receive the third booster dose of vaccines.

Angelica Coetzee, president of the South African Medical Association and discoverer of “Omicron”, confirmed in statements to Al-Arabiya channel the need to urgently receive the booster doses, saying: “The booster doses of the vaccine help in confronting the mutant.”

She also added that there is no need for a new vaccine to combat the strain that appeared last week, and has reached more than 24 countries so far, but that simple modifications can be made to the existing vaccines.

The Saudi Ministry of Health urged those who received the two doses of immunization, and more than 6 months have passed since they received them, to register to receive the booster dose. This is to increase the acquired immunity, and to prevent injuries, God forbid.

02 December 2021 – 27 Rabi’ al-Akhir 1443

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The organization considered that inequality in the distribution of vaccines is one of the most cause for concern

A state of panic and anxiety erupted globally after South Africa announced “Omicron”, the new mutant of the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19); This prompted about 56 countries around the world to impose travel restrictions. Despite the mystery surrounding the virus, the World Health Organization provided good news about the mutator, its symptoms, and the effectiveness of vaccines against it.

The organization said that there is no evidence so far of a decline in the effectiveness of vaccines in the face of the new mutation, which it described a few days ago as “alarming”, explaining that some indicators show that most infections are minor.

The World Organization indicated that there is no need to develop new vaccines, but it is sufficient to make simple modifications to existing vaccines, pointing out that there are multiple means and tools to prevent the spread of the “Omicron” mutated.

At a time when many countries tended to impose new measures, travel restrictions, and bans on travel to and from some African countries, the “World Health” had another opinion. It held that “a travel ban in general will not stop the spread of Omicron”, but it also recommended that those over the age of 60 not travel for the time being, and postpone their plans.

The organization considered that the inequality in the distribution of vaccines is one of the most causes for concern in the face of the pandemic, in reference to the emergence of the mutated in Africa, which is unfortunate in terms of the proportion of vaccine distribution.

Mystery of the new mutant

Mystery still surrounds the new mutant, and the World Health Organization expects to have more information within days about the extent of Omicron’s ability to transmit, and its symptoms.

One possible scenario is that the new strain, which was first discovered in South Africa, may be more transmissible than the common delta strain, the head of the WHO’s epidemiology technical team, Maria Van Kerkhove, told a news briefing.

She added that it is not yet known whether “Omicron” causes more severe symptoms to the infected; It is still shrouded in mystery.

Are vaccines effective?

There is no evidence so far of the ineffectiveness of vaccines with “Omicron”, according to what the World Health Organization confirmed, which was also stressed by Ugur Sahin, CEO of “Biontech”, explaining that the Pfizer-Biontech vaccine is effective against severe symptoms of Covid-19, It is likely that it will continue to be effective against the ‘Omicron’ mutant.

And Shaheen demanded to quickly give a third booster dose of vaccines, pointing out that the plan is still the same in the face of the new mutant.

How do we face it?

There is no doubt that adherence to health precautions and protocols will spare us – God willing – the mutants and variables that occur in the virus, in addition to rushing to register to receive the third booster dose of vaccines.

Angelica Coetzee, president of the South African Medical Association and discoverer of “Omicron”, confirmed in statements to Al-Arabiya channel the need to urgently receive the booster doses, saying: “The booster doses of the vaccine help in confronting the mutant.”

She also added that there is no need for a new vaccine to combat the strain that appeared last week, and has reached more than 24 countries so far, but that simple modifications can be made to the existing vaccines.

The Saudi Ministry of Health urged those who received the two doses of immunization, and more than 6 months have passed since they received them, to register to receive the booster dose. This is to increase the acquired immunity, and to prevent injuries, God forbid.





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