Global Health: Vaccinating children against corona is not a top priority in light of the lack of vaccines


The World Health Organization said that vaccinating children against the Corona virus is “not a top priority” in light of the shortage of vaccines worldwide, according to urgent news broadcast by Sky News a short time ago.

Earlier, the World Health Organization said that all viruses, including the Corona virus, change over time, and most changes have little or no effect on the characteristics of the virus, however some changes may affect how easily it spreads, the severity of the accompanying disease, or Performing vaccinations, therapeutic drugs, diagnostic kits, or other public health and social measures.

The World Health Organization, in cooperation with partners, expert networks, national authorities, institutions and researchers, has been monitoring and evaluating the evolution of the coronavirus since January 2020, through late 2020..

The organization explained that the emergence of variables that posed an increasing threat to global public health prompted the description of specific variables of importance (See) and worrisome variables (VOCs), in order to prioritize global monitoring and research.


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