The world variety of Covid-19 circumstances reached 98,794,942, with the cumulative dying toll rising to 2,124,193, in keeping with the WHO information.

ANI, Geneva

PUBLISHED ON JAN 26, 2021 06:21 AM IST

All nations are having points with the provision and distribution of vaccines in opposition to Covid-19, mentioned Mike Ryan, the chief director of the World Health Organization’s Health Emergencies Programme, on Monday.

“All countries are struggling with the issue of getting the vaccine and then deciding the scheduling and whether they go for giving one dose to everybody and then trying to delay the second dose a little,” Ryan mentioned at a press convention.

This assertion comes because the drugmakers around the globe together with Pfizer and AstraZeneca, have run into manufacturing woes and needed to cut back deliveries of the coronavirus vaccine, Sputnik reported.

Speaking on the similar press briefing, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus mentioned that the WHO expects the world’s coronavirus case complete to surge previous 100 million this week.

“One year ago today, fewer than 1,500 cases of Covid-19 had been reported to the World Health Organization, including just 20 cases outside China. This week, we expect to reach 100 million reported cases,” Tedros mentioned.

He additional mentioned folks ought to proceed to stick to precautionary measures to impede the unfold of the coronavirus till nearly all of the worldwide inhabitants was vaccinated.

“There is so much all we can do to navigate our way out of this pandemic while we all wait our turn to be vaccinated: physical distancing, avoiding crowds, masks, hands hygiene, ventilation and more. You might be sick of hearing it. You might be sick of doing it, but this virus is not sick of us,” the WHO chief added.

The world variety of Covid-19 circumstances reached 98,794,942, with the cumulative dying toll rising to 2,124,193, in keeping with the WHO information.

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