No coronavirus vaccine is globally approved, says WHO
The World Health Organization has made it clear that there is no vaccine that has been approved globally.
The WHO has called for more corona vaccines to be developed, saying “we need more vaccines against the virus.” More and more vaccines can benefit more people. Specific vaccines may be safer for pregnant women and the elderly.
“Our goal is to provide vaccines to about 20% of the population by 2021,” the WHO said. Steps are being taken on a few vaccines. The World Health Organization warns that ignorance and carelessness can lead to coronary heart disease.
Pharmaceutical companies around the world are currently trying to develop a vaccine for coronavirus. Russia claims that its Corona vaccine is more than 90% effective.
There are reports that the corona virus vaccine developed by American and German companies has also proved successful in the third phase. U.S. companies have begun mass production of the corona vaccine so that the vaccine can be brought to market immediately if approved.
Clinical trials of the Pfizer vaccine are underway, with 100 million doses of the vaccine available in December after successful trials and formal approval.
The World Health Organization has assured that in case of approval of any vaccine, the supply of vaccine to the citizens will start by March 2021.