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The world is still in the grip of the coronavirus (Kovid-19), which entered our lives in the last days of 2019.
The virus, present in our lives for about 2 years, has infected over 200 million people and claimed the lives of over 4 million people.
Thanks to the intense efforts of the scientific world, many vaccines have been developed against the virus. In immunization studies around the world, the threshold of 5 billion doses has been exceeded.
In this way, our hand against the virus is now stronger. However, scientists emphatically warn that the pandemic is not over.
Because we still have not developed a drug against the virus and anti-vaccination opposition in many parts of the world is preventing us from achieving the desired vaccination rates.
A remarkable warning came from the United States, one of those countries. American experts warn against “Twimdemic” (double pandemic)
Speaking of Twindemic, the name given to the simultaneous onset of the coronavirus and the influenza epidemic, epidemiologist Dr. Jennifer Lighter drew attention to the importance of vaccines.
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Emphasizing that we will be facing two epidemics at the same time, Lighter stressed that the best defense is to have the flu shot along with the coronavirus vaccine.
Lighter noted that currently, experts are predicting another mild flu season based on data from Australia.
Similar concerns were expressed last year, and he was warned that the two viruses could make the outbreak worse.
However, there was no fear, and there was no significant increase in the world’s population. Experts have made frequent calls to “get vaccinated” this year in order to survive the “double pandemic” period without any harm.
According to data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which tracks vaccination statistics against Kovid-19 in the United States, which is the country most affected by the virus, more than 74% of the adult population has received at least one dose of Kovid-19 vaccine.
Across the country, more than 205 million 26,000 people received the first dose and over 174 million 121,000 people received the second dose.
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