The WHO expect the emergence of "more dangerous variables"


The WHO warns that the epidemic is not over, and the world must expect the emergence of "more dangerous variables

Vaccinations and the omicron variant, he said, "are driving a dangerous narrative that the epidemic is over."

The World Health Organization warned that the COVID-19 pandemic was not over and said there was potential for new variables.

WHO Director said that Omicron has become the least dangerous alternative "lead to a dangerous narrative that the epidemic is over."

"But it's not like that. Not when 70,000 people die a week from a preventable and treatable disease," Ghebreyesus added.

According to data, more than 65% of the entire US population is vaccinated against the coronavirus, which means two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the COVID-19 vaccine for those age five and older.

As vaccinations become more common, states and cities across the United States have begun to relax their mask and vaccine mandates. New York and California, for example, have announced plans to roll back the rules.

Also, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu said Friday that the city would end the vaccine mandate for businesses. Customers entering stores, restaurants, and other indoor locations will not have to show evidence of vaccination. Other cities have announced similar measures.

0/Post a Comment/Comments