The World Health Organization has called on all countries to be fully prepared for the next epidemic. In a press release issued at the 73rd World Health Conference on Friday, the organization gave such a message to all heads of state.
The crisis that the whole world is going through because of the Corona epidemic; The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned in advance that it may not recur in the future.
No separate conference was held this year. Instead a press release has been published on the WHO website.
It calls on all countries to prepare themselves in advance by learning from the past and present situation. With good health infrastructure, it has been proven that SARS and covid infections can be brought under control very easily.
So the most urgent need to defeat the epidemic is to improve health infrastructure. “Everything has to be done with the right planning, science and technology,” WHO said.
WHO also said that a joint effort by all countries is underway to develop the vaccine. It will also be seen that every country gets the vaccine as per its demand.
So far 12 lakh 32 thousand 517 people have died due to this epidemic all over the world. Of these, 1 lakh 24 thousand 975 people have died in India alone.
The final stage of the Covishield Ticker, a joint venture between Oxford University and AstraZeneca, is underway. Adar Punawala, CEO of the Serum Institute of India, which is in charge of producing and testing the vaccine in India, is optimistic that it will be available in India as soon as the final stage of Covishield is completed in January next year.
In addition, the first Indian vaccine for coronavirus, covacin, may be available by February next year.