“The world will cope with the coronavirus pandemic by early 2022. But this does not mean that the virus itself will disappear. In 2020, we had uncertainty about how health care and politics would work, but now we have more tools to overcome the difficulties,”Hans Kluge told Die Welt.
In matters of vaccination, you need to be patient, said the representative of the WHO. “Demand always exceeds supply. You cannot vaccinate all of humanity at once,”added Hans Kluge.
According to him, in Europe in 2021, most likely, vaccination passports will be introduced, but this requirement is not a recommendation of the World Health Organization. “We know how long immunity to COVID-19 lasts. We also believe that vaccination passports will exacerbate inequalities between people,”added the WHO spokesman.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin believes that the main stage of vaccination in the country will be completed by the fall of 2021. Today it is important to increase the production of the EpiVacCorona vaccine, the head of government believes.
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