The WHO warns that the third dose of the Covid vaccine could prolong the coronavirus pandemic by not vaccinating less developed countries – archyde

The coronavirus pandemic keep raging around the planet at high speed, with the help der Covid-Omicron-Variante. Since the pandemic began, more than 277 million infections have been officially reported, including the deaths of 5.38 million people from COVID-19.

However, the World Health Organization (WHO) has made every effort to explain that the third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine known as “booster doses” could prolong the pandemic. The reason not your app, as it is already administered by many countries in the world, but the distribution of Covid vaccines on a global scale, which is again an obstacle to eradicating the coronavirus pandemic.

Europe is the continent with the highest vaccination rate against COVID-19 as the vast majority of its countries have coronavirus vaccination rates is greater than 70%, with the exception of some nations located in the east. But there are other continents who in Africawhere not even 10% of the population received the full Covid vaccination schedule.

Vaccination in less developed countries is key

The WHO wanted the importance of carrying out a Mass vaccination against coronavirus in those countries that are less developed, as the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus could be more effective there and the pandemic would be prolonged. With all of this, the WHO has broadcast that it considers booster doses to be useless against COVID-19 if it is not vaccinated in the poorest countries.

WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom expressed his position on the situation: “It is likely that booster vaccines prolong the pandemic rather than ending it because supplies are being diverted to countries that already have high vaccination rates, giving the virus more opportunities to spread and mutate.

Most of the countries with a vaccination rate below 5% are in Africa. One such country is Nigeria, which even had to throw away a million cans of the donated COVID-19 vaccine as it had expired and could cause side effects in the body if given to the population.

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