covid-19, Due to the new variant Omicron of Corona, infection is increasing in all the countries of the world. Along with this, in countries where people have taken both doses of the vaccine for more than 6-8 months, the sequence of applying the booster dose is also fast. However, in the meantime, the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a warning regarding the booster dose. It has been said that the booster dose of the current Corona Vaccine is not enough. It will have to be upgraded according to the new conditions soon.
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The WHO’s Advisory Group on Kovid-19 (WHO’s Advisory Group on Covid-19) currently has 19 Corona Vaccines available in the world. They are saving people from getting seriously ill. But despite this, the new variant of Corona Omicron is infecting people. This means that the vaccine still needs to be continuously upgraded. According to him, the upgradation should be such that the effect of the vaccine lasts for a long time and there is no need for repeated booster doses. Experts have urged vaccine manufacturers to provide specific information and data on how their vaccines have shown effect on Omicron Specific Data.
Omicron is dodging the vaccine, so Pfizer improved the vaccine
According to experts, Omicron is not only spreading rapidly all over the world, but it is also dodging vaccine safety. This has been confirmed by continuous studies. According to CNBC, keeping these research studies in mind, Pfizer has also improved its vaccine. Pfizer Chief Executive Officer Albert Borla said this week that his company has made changes to its vaccine keeping Omicron in mind. It is quite possible that by March, a better version of the vaccine will be available for use.
Vaccine imbalance: Only 11% people from poor countries got vaccinated
WHO also again pointed out the imbalance in vaccine distribution. Also requested to remove it. It was told by the organization that till now about 67% of the population of rich countries have been vaccinated against corona. At least they have got a dose. But only 11% of the population of poor countries have been vaccinated. That is, there is still a large population waiting for the first dose of the vaccine. Due to this, the risk of emerging new and more dangerous corona variants (Covid-19 Variant) still remains.
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