WHO warns vaccinations would not going to achieve herd immunity against coronavirus – WHO warning – Herd immunity less likely to occur in 2021 despite vaccination


World Health Organization warns amidst vaccination (symbolic photo)


Preparation of the vaccination program is going on fast in all countries of the world including India to fight the decisive war against Corona. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned. WHO scientists have warned that many countries are undertaking large-scale vaccination programs to combat Kovid-19, but this year there is little chance of becoming a ‘Herd Immunity’.

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Infection figures are increasing rapidly worldwide, especially in Europe. Because of which, despite the introduction of the vaccine program, restrictions related to coronaviruses have to be increased.

World Health Organization chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan warned on Monday that it would take time to increase vaccine production and that adequate doses would be needed to stop the spread of the virus. So far the virus has engulfed more than 9 crore people in the world and 2 million people have lost their lives.

Swaminathan said, “We are not going to achieve any level on the front of ‘population immunity’ or ‘herd immunity’ in 2021”. He has emphasized social distancing, regular hand washing and wearing masks.

Experts are also worried about the rapid spread of new variants of the virus. Britain first found a new type, since which there has been a fear of spreading the infection rapidly.



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