COVID-19 Booster Dose
The WHO condemned countries asking to take COVID-19 booster doses to.prevent the transmission of the virus. WHO stressed that each individual should take the jabe properly and thoroughly, and it is vital to ensure that the doses are reaching people who are in dire need, in the continent and beyond. A scandal has elevated to concern, as in lower economic nations, six times more booster doses are administered than the primary vaccination. WHO has asked to put a ban on this.
WHO also accounts that many richer countries have administered second doses for their vaccinated population, despite repeated warnings for the suspension of vaccination drives to free up doses for the poor countries. How many people vaccinated will not solve the question of protection, but it is essential to check who got vaccinated, remarked WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
There is no point in availing booster doses to healthy adults and vaccinated children, when there are senior citizens, medicinal personally and high-risk groups waiting for the prevention procedure, through the first dose. WHO announced that a country's high vaccination dose can make their health system come under pressure if a significant section of vulnerable populations are left non-vaccinated.
British study shows an untreated person has a risk of 32-fold greater, than a vaccinated person in this pandemic.
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