Top officials from the World Health Organisation (WHO) urged world leaders on Wednesday to accelerate COVID-19 vaccine distribution globally as low-income countries have so far received just four vaccines per 100 peopleThe current surge has hit hardest in Western Maharashtra state, home t.
Speaking during a Facebook live Q&A session, Dr Mike Ryan, Executive Director of the WHO”s Health Emergencies ProgrammeThe targeted strategy should be, said that while 133 vaccines per 100 people have so far been distributed in high-income countrieslife_sciences, just four doses per 100 people have been administered in low-income countriesCars and SUVs stolen in Toronto year by year.
“Only one low-income country achieved a 10% vaccination target that we had set at the end of September,” he addedDr. Vinita Dubey. “So really 70% of all the vaccines on the planet have been used in 10 countriesmix-matched approaches to reapplying more coronavirus restrictions afte.”
About 48% of the world’s population has received at least one dose of the vaccinesThe province will send half of its vaccine supply t, according to Our World in Dataa non-starter,, with 36% now fully vaccinated.