Despite innovations in vaccine development and researchThe COVID-19 virus is not going away and is likely to circulate through society in the same way as flu, World Health Organization (WHO) officials said in A press conference on Tuesday.
CNBC Reports that experts, including Mike Ryan, the executive director of the World Health Organization’s Health Emergencies Program, told reporters in a press conference that COVID-19 will remain evolve and will not be eradicated anytime soon.
“I think this virus is here to stay” with us and it will evolve like flu pandemic viruses, will it evolve turn into one of the other viruses die affect us,” he said.
This comes as the delta variant, a mutation of the original COVID-19 strain, now accounts for the majority of new cases in the US clinical data has shown that the immunity die provided by Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines over time, making the need for booster shots to peak further in to limit in new infections.
Ryan doubled down on his position and says that COVID-19 will not just disappear with increased vaccinations and preventive efforts.
“People have said we are going to eradicate the virus of exterminate,” Ryan said. “No, we’re not, very, very unlikely.”
Booster shots — an extra dose of the vaccines – are scheduled to be ready by September 20, officials estimate. Recent Report suggests that federal regulators need more time for thorough research come out on booster shot health effects, noting that: Pfizer might be the only booster shot available at first.
The WHO strongly opposes the division of booster vaccines by richer countries like the US, while other underdeveloped countries are silent struggling until give the starting doses of their burgers.
“I called for a moratorium on booster, in at least until the end of this month to allow die countries die be the furthest behind until catch up, WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said last week.
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