Vaccination starts in 27 countries of European union
The European Union (EU) has announced that the Pfizer-BioNTech covid vaccine is being given in coordination with 27 member countries.
EU President Ursula von der Leyen recently announced that vaccinations would begin in member countries on December 27. She said, the Pfizer-BioNTech covid vaccine has reached all countries in the past. Some countries have started vaccinating without waiting. For example, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia. The first vaccination in Germany was given to a 101-year-old woman in a oldage home. The rest of the countries are starting today. In the words of the EU president, “a memorable moment of European unity.”
446 million people live in 27 EU countries. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Commission have decided to start vaccination with clearance. They have already signed contracts to buy more than 200 crore doses from multiple vaccine companies. For a population of 4.5 crore, which is more than necessary. Yesterday, EU President Ursula von der Leyen tweeted, “Today is turning a difficult year. Covid vaccine has been sent to all countries. Vaccination will start from tomorrow. A memorable moment of unity. The only way to get out of this predicament is to get vaccinated. ‘
Germany is the president of the EU this year. “The big news is Christmas,” said Jens Spahn, the country’s health minister. Vaccines are the real key to overcoming epilepsy. The only way to get back to normal life. ”The Italian foreign minister appealed to everyone to get vaccinated. “In this way, we will regain our independence,” he said. We can come back to each other. ”
So far, more than 335,000 deaths have been reported in the European Union. More than 14 million infected. Lockdown is going on in most of the countries. People are being requested to spend the festive season at home this year. The ultra-contagious ‘Britain-strain’ has spread panic among her. All countries have cut off communication with Britain. That did not save the end. Britain-strain has been detected in at least eight European countries. The strain has also been found in Canada, Australia, Lebanon and Japan. The good and the bad of the strain is that even though the strain has a high transmission capacity, there is no news of an increase in the lethality. Many of the victims of this strain have been diagnosed without symptoms.
In the last few months, much of the infection has been brought under control in Japan. Now panic has spread anew. Foreign nationals have been temporarily barred from entering the country since Saturday. Only foreigners who are residents of Japan will be exempted. These restrictions will continue till the end of January.
A British-strain has been found on the body of a couple in Canada. The first strain was caught in this country in North America. But surprisingly, the couple did not go abroad recently. As a result, they are said to have been infected by someone else in the country.
At a time when fears of new strains are growing, the World Health Organization (WHO) said today that coronaviruses are not the last virus. Climate change, killing wildlife, all of this will not end the human health crisis.
Today, WHO celebrated the world’s first International Day of Epidemics on Sunday. At the same time, the head of the organization, Tedros Adanom Gabrias, criticized the state powers, saying, “It is dangerous short-sightedness to get the job done just by pouring money.” Be prepared for the next supermarket. The Corona situation is giving us time to learn. “