WHO told when people will start receiving the coronavirus vaccine

People will not start receiving the coronavirus vaccine until the first half of 2021, said Michael Ryan, Director of the WHO’s health emergency program.

His speech was broadcast on Twitter by the organization.

According to Ryan, despite the progress in development, it is necessary to remain realistic about the timing of obtaining the drug.

He also noted that who is working to ensure universal access to the vaccine.

“Vaccines for this pandemic are not for the rich, not for the poor. They are for everyone,” Ryan said.

According to the latest WHO data, during the spread of the disease in the world, more than 14.5 million cases of infection were detected, and more than 607 thousand people died.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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