Families have been disbanded and lives are halted. According to UNICEF, approximately 1.6 billion children worldwide have disrupted their education due to the epidemic. For more than 168 million of them, the schools are now completely closed for almost a full year.
But it has also been a period of scientific achievement. Within a year of the epidemic being declared, many vaccines in the world are now proven to be very effective against the virus, some using technology that has never been used before.
WHO Director General Tedros Adnom said, “If the Kovid-19 epidemic has taught us in the last year, it is that we are one humanity, and the only way to face shared threats.” Ghebarius said today. He said that the most effective and strategic way to suppress transmission and save lives globally from Kovid-19 is to vaccinate the most vulnerable people in all countries rather than in all countries.
You asked. We responded
Question: When can children be vaccinated?
a: Three vaccines are currently authorized for use in adults in the US and clinical trials for those children are underway.
Johnson & Johnson said its vaccine may be available to children by September.
Pfizer / BioNTech’s shot is now authorized for people 16 and older. Children between the ages of 12 and 15 have been participating in a trial for months, and Pfizer’s CEO said he expected data to be available for that age group in the next few months. After that, vaccine data may be available for children under 5 by the end of this year.
The modernization vaccine is currently authorized for people 18 and older. Modern participated in trials from 12 to 17 years of age and planned to enroll children from 6 months to 11 years. It is not clear when the modern vaccine may be available to children.
What’s important today
The first variant identified in the study appears to be more lethal, the study suggests
It is important that the risk is high, but still very low, increasing from 2.5 to 4.1 deaths per 1,000 cases. The study showed that the new version was associated with 227 deaths in a sample of 54,906 patients – compared to 141 deaths in the same number of patients infected with previous strains.
This Kovid long-haired is afraid to take a shower a year after her infection
Brazil drowned in crisis with hospitals
While a new version of the coronovirus spreads throughout the country, many Brazilians continue to avoid masked mandates and mobility restrictions following the example of President Jair Bolsonaro, who recently said people should “stop sisters” about the virus and “Crying” is required.
On our radar
- US President Joe Biden has announced plans 100 million more purchases Johnson & Johnson Coronavirus Vaccine Supplements.
- Denmark is Suspended the use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine For 14 days because it investigates reports of some patients who are vaccinated after developing blood clots, days after several other EU countries suspended the use of a specific batch.
- former President Carter, Clinton, Bush and Obama Urging Americans to get vaccinated.
- One of Tech’s biggest events this year is planned to be in-person, but Big companies are already bidding.
- Face coverings are no longer needed In 16 US states – despite warnings from experts that they have been dug out ahead of time.
- MLB’s Texas Rangers There may have been a first team with a full house as Pandemic halted the game.
- Smithsonian National Museum of American History has received Vial from the first authorized Kovid-19 vaccine Dose administered in the US.
“Science has delivered many safe and effective vaccines. We have a responsibility, all of us, to ensure that the people who need it the most.” – Maria Van Kerkhov, WHO’s Kovid-19 Technical Leadership