Young people won't get COVID vaccine until 2022 — WHO




Priority in vaccination will be given to health workers, as well as people from risk groups. Moreover, in the near future, mass vaccination is unlikely.





Young people may not receive the COVID-19 vaccine until 2022. This was announced by the WHO, The Guardian reported on Thursday, October 15.

WHO chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan says mass vaccinations are unlikely anytime soon. At the same time, priority in vaccination will be given to doctors and citizens from risk groups.

“Healthy young people may have to wait until 2022 before they are vaccinated against the coronavirus. Most people agree that it all starts with medical and frontline workers. But even here, you need to determine who is most at risk. Then the elderly. And so on, “Swaminathan said.

The organization expects there will be at least one effective vaccine by 2021, but even so, it will be available in limited quantities.





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