Somiya Swaminathan, chief expert on the World Health Organization, said the vaccine prevents serious illness and death caused by the “delta” corona virus.
“It is absolutely certain that vaccines prevent serious disease cases and the death of delta mutants,” Swaminathan told an online conference.
Maria van Kerkov, epidemiologist for the World Health Organization, pointed out that “delta strain spreads in countries with high vaccination rates, within circles with low immunizations, and even where measures to reduce it are not followed.” Spread of infection. “
At the same time, the chief health expert of the World Health Organization pointed out that the World Health Organization does not currently see the need for additional doses of the vaccine against “Covit-19”, “their use should not be a priority.”
Earlier, World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tetros Capreius said the spread of the delta strain was a prelude to action by the international community, adding that “in every country, vaccination rates are low and there are hotspots and deaths in public places. Health measures are low.”
The “delta” strain of the corona virus “SARS-Cove-2” is a type of causative agent of “covit-19” disease, and it is noteworthy that this strain was first discovered and described in India. . This mutation is characterized by a shorter incubation period and increased load on the human body.
The World Health Organization lists four mutations in the “mutation” of the “SARS-Cove-2” virus, which are strains of alpha (British), beta (South Africa), gamma (Brazilian) and delta (Indian).
Source: RIA Novosti
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