WHO: People must not start concluding that the vaccine does not work

  • World Health Organization insisted that Astra Zeneca shots should not be denied
  • According to them, people must  not start concluding that the vaccine does not work
  • It was also added that the vaccine is a very important part of the global response to the current pandemic

World Health Organization insisted on February 09, 2021 that Astra Zeneca shots should not be denied. According to WHO Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, people must  not start concluding that the vaccine does not work.

We mustn’t start concluding that this vaccine (AZ) doesn’t work at all. What we’ve seen is data from a small study; it’s indicative, it is telling us we need to collect more data. We need to study it more. But from all the available evidence, AZ vaccine and all the other vaccines that have been approved so far reduce deaths, reduce hospitalization, and reduce severe disease. and that’s our goal for the first part of this pandemic is to reduce mortality, to end all preventable deaths.“— Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, WHO Chief Scientist

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Meanwhile, Richard Hatchett, the CEO of Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) said during an interview that the vaccine is a very important part of the global response to the current pandemic.

Dr. Michael Ryan (WHO Executive Director) also said, “the data on all of the vaccines and all the situations, they’re working to do that. We may need second and third generations to do more… right now we have the tools… by adequate control of the disease at community level, and by the use of vaccines to protect the most vulnerable and our frontline health workers.”

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COVID-19 has been a threat to many nations since 2019, with this virus people are forced to embrace the new normas a way of living, but with the help of the developed vaccines, it gives hope to people all over the world.

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