The World Health Organisation (WHO) chief has warned vaccinated people to remain cautious when it comes to catching Covid-19 and not fall into a “false sense of security.”
“Many countries and communities are alarmed by the false security of vaccines ending the pandemic. People who have been vaccinated are not required to take other preventative measures.,” the WHO’s director general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said Wednesday at a press conference on the Covid-19 crisis in Europe.
Tedros warned that “No country, no region is left behind” and underlined the importance of making sure that the “The right steps are taken to avoid any potential disasters from future waves.” He also called for proper sharing of the “The fruits of science.”
The WHO made a stark prediction Tuesday that Covid-19 could kill more people in Europe than expected, and most countries would be affected by the sudden surge.
Due to rising numbers of coronaviruses throughout the region, ECDC decided that it would change its previous position regarding booster vaccines and now recommends them for everyone.
Austria entered an additional national 10-day lockdown, while Germany and other countries are considering mandatory vaccination. Due to high-risk Covid situations, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), issued travel warnings this week advising Americans to stay away from Germany and Denmark.
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