While the “enemy of mankind” is still launching its offensive around the world, it has so far affected more than 252 million people and led to the deaths of more than 5 million people, while scientific efforts to launch the second generation continue. Vaccines against the growing virus.
In this context, Somaya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist of the World Health Organization, confirmed that they are eagerly awaiting the release of second-generation vaccines against HIV.COVID-19 These may include nasal sprays and tablets.
Easier than needles
Swaminathan said on Tuesday on WHO’s social media accounts that second – generation vaccines are easier to use and self – administered than injections.
This comes at a time when at least 129 vaccines are being reviewed, some of which are in clinical trials and have therefore been tested in humans, with 194 vaccines not yet reaching this advanced stage.
The Indian doctor said, “These potential vaccines include a full range of technologies,” and “they are still being studied, but I believe some of them are very safe and effective, while others are not.” The World Organization is selecting the most appropriate vaccines and is considering using some of them to develop vaccines against other diseases.
This is his advantage
Swaminathan pointed out that the benefit of the nasal vaccine, as is the case in some countries for the flu, is to treat the virus before it reaches the lungs.
“So far, we have no qualms about saying yes to the vaccines we have adopted. We need to reconsider this vaccine,” he explained.
The World Health Organization has issued emergency clearances for seven people Vaccines against Govt-19 Produced by Pfizer / Biontech Laboratories, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Sinopharm, Sinovac and Biotech Spices.
According to AFP figures, more than 7 billion and more than 250 million vaccines were distributed worldwide.
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