World Health Organization seems to have changed its mind about the need for covid boosters. Check out the latest reports here.
The Hill online publication just noted that WHO updated its vaccine guidance on Tuesday to recommend the administration of COVID-19 booster shots.
You may be aware of the fact that this is marking a reversal from what the United Nations organization has previously said about additional vaccine doses.
WHO stated the following:
“Technical Advisory Group on COVID-19 Vaccine Composition “strongly supports urgent and broad access to current covid 19 vaccines for primary series and booster doses, particularly for groups at risk of developing severe disease.”
It’s also important to note the fact that the WHO has previously spoken out against administering covid 19 booster shots.
The online publication mentioned above noted the following:
“They argued that wealthier countries should abstain from administering additional doses while low- and middle-income countries have struggled to provide initial rounds of vaccinations for their populations.”
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called for a moratorium on booster shots for healthy adults through the end of 2021.
“We do not want to see widespread use of boosters for healthy people who are fully vaccinated.”
This is what Tedros said in September.
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Earlier today, we revealed that the novel coronavirus is still lingering among us. Despite the fact that lots of nations are lifting restrictions, the virus did not just disappear in thin air, and people all over the world are still advised to be cautious.
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