The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that young people who are fit and healthy will have to wait until 2022 to get the COVID-19 vaccines. WHO chief Soumya Swaminathan made this statement.
It was also found that high risk groups like the doctors and frontline workers are vaccinated first to ensure their safety. In the first stages, mass vaccinations are highly unlikely. In fact, it will only be available until 2022, especially for young people. This is happening against the backdrop of massive vaccination trials around the world.
“Most people agree it starts with health workers and the front lines, but even there it needs to be defined which of them are most at risk, and then the elderly and so on,” said Swaminathan.
She added that WHO will issue many guidelines before the first vaccination phase begins.
The vaccines by 2021
With the stock of vaccines going to court, a vaccine will primarily be developed by 2021. However, it is highly unlikely that the vaccines are intended for mass vaccination. It will preferably be open in the early stages, but in very “limited quantities”.
Virus satisfaction can occur
With regard to viral mortality, Swaminathan warned of increased complacency. She said the increasing number of cases could contribute to the increased mortality.
“The mortality increases are always a few weeks behind the increasing cases. We shouldn’t complain that death rates are falling, ”said the WHO chief scientist.
According to the latest updates, the final stages of Oxford’s AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine are taking place in the UK, India, South Africa and Brazil. The latest results suggest that it triggered a double immune response in humans. The antibodies were found to be non-infectious for the participants who received the second dose.
By far, Johnson and Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine has started phase 3 trials of 60,000 people. The results are expected to be presented by the end of the year. In the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, a single dose of vaccine triggered an extreme immune response in the human body.
The answer from the Ministry of Health
In India, the Ministry of Health told the union that the number of doubled coronavirus cases in the country rose sharply from 25.5 days to 70.4 days, tripling from August. Mass antibody tests have now started. In cities like Delhi and Mumbai, doctors go door to door to see if people have developed antibodies.
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