COVID-19 can be permanently stopped: Says WHO Chief

Publish Date: 13 Jan, 2022 |
 

Number of Cases for Omicron and Delta Variant

India is constantly being burnt in the rising heat of the third wave of COVID-19. The Central Healthy Ministry has said that more than 1,94,000 new cases have been registered in the past 24 hours. Not only that, the new variant Omicron has also leaped to the 4,800 mark. Seeing the new wave of COVID-19 around the world, the World Health Organisation has asked to provide vaccination to each and every corner of every country around the world.

Steps to stop COVID-19 completely

He has said that it is possible to eradicate the virus completely but for that we may need to form some strict regulations. He further said that , to eradicate the virus, the governments of various countries and the vaccine developers might need to keep some things in mind. 

  • Firstly, the countries which are not having an eminent amount of supply of the vaccine, but still have high danger against the virus, must be provided more Vaccines to counter the problem.

  • Secondly, all the equipment necessary to vaccinate people must be completely stocked and ready to use.

“No one is safe until everyone is safe” he claimed. In the late 2021 WHO chief Tedros Adhanom has said that no nation is safe from the deadly virus. He further said that we have all the equipment and Vaccines to stop and cure the virus, but still they are not reaching the poor and small countries properly. “If we deal with this problem together, then we can surely end the COVID-19 virus,” he said. 

“We have reached the third year of COVID-19, and if we work together this might be the last year when we have to deal with the virus,” he said. Furthermore, to vaccinate more than 70% of the total world population by the mid of 2022, we need to stick together and every country needs to help each other. In India too, the vaccination process is going on at full speed. More than 150 crore vaccines have been given to the people, and the process of vaccinating the kids between 15-18 has also started.


 

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