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World Health Organization (WHO) Europe Director Hans Kluge announced that all approved Covid-19 vaccines are effective against all known mutations.

At a press conference, World Health Organization (WHO) Europe Director Hans Kluge said that all approved Covid-19 vaccines are effective against all known mutations, including the Indian mutation, “Current and approved vaccines respond to all Covid-19 mutations that have appeared so far. I emphasize, “he said.

Stating that the resumption of international travel is not safe yet, the World Health Organization (WHO) Europe Director said, “Currently, in the face of an ongoing threat and a new uncertainty, we must continue to be careful about or avoid international travels.”

CASE DECREASED BY 60 PERCENT

Noting that Covid-19 cases and deaths in Europe have decreased, Kluge said, “Weekly cases in Europe fell from a plateau of 1.7 million in mid-April to 685 thousand new cases last week. This is a 60 percent reduction in a month.” Stating that 23 percent of the European people had a single dose of vaccination, 11 percent of them were fully vaccinated, Kluge said, “We still have a little distance to cover before taking the vaccine doses of those suitable in the region.”

“Prioritizing older adults for vaccination, including those in long-term care centers, pays off,” said Kluge, stating that the vaccine intake among those over 80 years old in Europe is 75 percent. While it was 27.4, it dropped to 6.2 in the first week of May 2021, “he said.

WHO has so far approved the Pfizer-BioNTech, Oxford-AstraZeneca, Moderna, Janssen and Sinopharm vaccines.

REAL DATA OF SINOVAC VACCINE ANNOUNCED


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