July 5, 2022

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A new strain of corona is very dangerous and vaccines do not work with it

A new strain of corona is very dangerous and vaccines do not work with it

The director of the World Health Organization, Tetros Adonom Caprais, has warned that the threat of a new strain is far more serious. Corona virusIt is absolutely true that current vaccines are ineffective.

During the Globsek-2022 security conference in Bratislava on Friday, Ghebreyesus said, “There is a real and clear threat to the emergence of a new, highly virulent type (SARS-CoV-2) that our vaccines can avoid being exposed to.”

In particular, the number of reported deaths in Africa and the West Pacific is on the rise, Caprais said.

In the United States, deaths from Covid-19 disease, as well as its epidemics, are on the rise, emphasizing that “it is too early to say that the epidemic is over. It is not over.”

“It’s very difficult to predict how the virus will develop. We know for sure that future options will be more contagious than current options, but we can not predict how severe it will be based on the severity of the disease,” the WHO director said.

As of June 3, the organization reported that 528,816,317 people had been infected with the corona virus and 6,294,969 had died since the outbreak.

Within 24 hours, the death toll had risen to 486,278 and the death toll to 1,380.

The world is no better than it was before

The panel, set up by the World Health Organization to assess the global response to the epidemic, concluded that the world was not in a better position to fight a new epidemic than it was when the corona virus appeared in 2019. Is in a bad state due to economic losses.

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The Independent Commission on Disaster Preparedness and Response said in its report that the world is more vulnerable than ever due to the lack of progress in reforms such as global health systems.

The authors of the report, led by former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark and former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, acknowledged some improvements, including increased funding for the World Health Organization, but said the process was slow.