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The world, plagued by the coronavirus for about 2 years, has been looking for solutions to variants of the virus for several months.
First seen in India and the dominant variant on our planet today, Delta has changed the plans of many countries.
Delta, which is touted as the main reason for the increase in cases worldwide, is also on the agenda of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Apparently the variants were developed by the European director of the WHO, Dr. Hans Kluge has changed his mind about vaccines.
For Kluge, the most authoritative WHO name in Europe, which said 70 percent of the population could end the pandemic if they had a double vaccination, this time made some rather pessimistic statements.
According to information in the British newspaper Daily Mail, the WHO European director said vaccines will not end the pandemic due to new variants.
Indeed, emerging variants weaken the prospect of herd immunity, according to Kluge, who urged leaders to reconsider their vaccine strategies.
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Kluge also said that new strains of Kovid will continue to emerge and the virus will stay with us like the flu.
In contrast, the amount of vaccine administered against the coronavirus worldwide has exceeded 5 billion 660 million doses.
The number of Kovid-19 cases rose to 224 million 900,000, the number of those who lost their lives to 4 million 635,000 and the number of those who recovered rose to 201 million 475,000.
The number of cases has exceeded 41 million 743 thousand in the United States, 33 million 232 thousand in India, 20 million 974 thousand in Brazil and 7 million 197 thousand in England.
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