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Corona will end by the end of this year, WHO Chief says

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Corona will end by the end of this year, WHO Chief says

The corona epidemic will end by the year 2022, but Dr. Tedrus Adhanom, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO), who has expressed its confidence, has also told the condition. He said that developed countries will have to share their vaccine with other countries. Only then can we get rid of this infection.

The world has been fighting with different variants of the coronavirus for the last 2 years. In such a situation, everyone is tired of coronavirus at this time. People are thinking that when will this epidemic spread from Wuhan, China end? The answer has been found. Now the head of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has expressed confidence in the end of this disease in 2022, but he has also put a condition for this. As it is being said from the beginning that the only way to avoid infection is the corona vaccine. At the same time, Tedros Adhanom has said that 2022 may be the last year of the corona epidemic, but for this developed countries will have to share their vaccines with other countries. Only then can we get rid of this infection.

At the same time, he said that the coronavirus has entered its third year. In such a situation, we have to implement the policy of maximum vaccine. With full confidence, the WHO chief said that the epidemic would end by this year, but vaccine hoarders could become a hindrance. In such a situation, the inequality of the vaccine allowed the Omicron variant to flourish. He further said that the greater the inequality of the vaccine, the greater the risk remains.

He said in his statement, ‘If we eliminate vaccination distribution inequality, then the end of the epidemic is possible. Global Vaccine Facility COVAX, WHO, and our partners are working around the world to make vaccines, tests, and treatments accessible to those who need them. He further said that till now lakhs of lives have been saved by the vaccine. New drugs and medical tools are also available with doctors to prevent and treat Kovid-19.

Tedros said that the latest figures show that many parts of the world are lagging behind in taking vaccinations. This includes countries like Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Chad, and Haiti. In these countries, the population of fully vaccinated people is less than one percent. Whereas in high-income countries, this figure has been estimated to be more than 70 percent. In such a situation, after dealing with vaccination inequality, we can imagine returning to a normal life.

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