The organization recalled that more than 20 vaccines are currently undergoing clinical trials, and mass vaccination may begin in the middle of 2021.
Mass vaccination against coronavirus may start in the middle of 2021. This was stated by the Deputy head of WHO Soumya Swaminathan, reports DW on Monday, July 20.
A spokeswoman for the organization recalled that вЂњat the moment, more than 20 candidate vaccines are undergoing clinical trials,вЂќ and there is hope that some of them will work.
At the same time, the results can be obtained by the beginning of next year.
In addition, according to her, the fact that antibodies to the virus can disappear after a while is not proof of the complete absence of acquired immunity.
Priority recipients vaccine may be medical professionals and people at risk. Poor countries will be the first to receive the vaccine.