Delta variant- WHO has warned countries around the world that if the vaccination campaign is not accelerated, the new variants of the corona may be more deadly than the current ones. The WHO has said the delta variant warns us that we must take the necessary steps to remove it quickly, or the situation could worsen. WHO said the vaccination campaign should be stepped up before the situation worsens. He said that in view of the dangerous consequences of the delta variant, immediate action is needed to overcome it. WHO has requested that by the end of September, all countries should vaccinate at least 10 percent of their population.
Delta variant in 132 countries
The fast-spreading Delta variant has hit 132 countries so far. WHO Emergency Director Michael Ryan said: Delta is a warning to us. This is a warning that we must be vigilant. We need immediate action to remove this before more dangerous variants emerge. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that so far there are four variants of concern and as long as the corona virus continues to spread, more variants will emerge. Tedros said that over the past four weeks, infections had increased at an average rate of 80% in five of the six WHO regions.
Expressing concern that the Delta variant is still needed, Tedros said: “Protective measures are still needed to control the infection.” By virtue of this, such measures as observance of physical distance, face mask, hygiene, avoid unnecessary outings are effective. He said it would stop the delta voltage as well. Especially if the vaccine is taken, then this variant can be brought under control. According to the WHO, the virus continues to spread rapidly. So we have to work quickly on our game plan. For this, vaccination is the most important thing.
It is necessary to vaccinate 40 percent of the population by the end of the year,
WHO wants by September in all countries at least 10 percent of the population to be vaccinated. Apart from that, by the end of this year, 40 percent of the population will need to be vaccinated. WHO wants 70% of the world’s population to be fully immunized by mid-2022. Regarding the uneven distribution of immunization, the WHO has said that so far, four billion doses of vaccine have been administered. To the population. Of these, 98 people per hundred people were vaccinated in very wealthy countries, while in the 29 poorest countries, only 1.6 percent of the population received the vaccine.