Concerned about Kovid variants, WHO calls for rapid vaccination in Europe

Concerned about Kovid variants, WHO calls for rapid vaccination in Europe

Europe should unite to accelerate the vaccination campaign against Kovid-19, with the support of all laboratories, said Hans Kluge, director of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Europe on Friday (5).

In an interview with the France Press news agency, the WHO’s regional director said, “We must unite to accelerate vaccination.” “Pharmaceuticals, which typically compete with each other, must join forces to dramatically increase production capabilities. This is what we need.”

The rate of population vaccinated against the Kovid-19 with the first dose of vaccine is 2.41% The European Union (EU) as against 38.1% Israel, Not 14,7% Britain And in 8.1% The usAccording to “Our World in Data”, a project involving Oxford University.

Daily vaccination population is also slow The European Union – 0.12%, against 1.39% Israel, 0,61% no. Britain And in 0.39% America. The Brazil There are worse rates than in the European Union, with 1.19% of the population vaccinated with a single dose and a daily vaccination rate of .05%.

Clues also expressed concern about the risk posed by variants of the new coronavirus – mainly to date in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil. “We must prepare for other problematic mutations in the virus.”

Following pressure from the European bloc, several laboratories announced they would increase deliveries, raising hopes that the campaign could gain momentum.

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