The whole world awaits the vaccine against covid, a glimmer of hope at the end of a really hard year that has drastically changed our way of being and relating to others. The vaccine, or rather the vaccines, are there and at the moment in Italy it is only expected that the European body responsible for approval, the EMA, will carry out all the tests necessary to validate its use. In all this discourse theWHO, World Health Organization, who recalled how in the next 3-6 months there will not be enough vaccines in order to prevent an increase in infections of coronavirus.
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Covid, WHO on the vaccine
To launch this warning, especially aimed at those who believe that the battle against the disease is already over, was Mike Ryan, WHO head of emergencies. The expert therefore aims to keep the attention threshold very high, inviting all countries of the world to respect social distancing and other necessary anti-covid rules.
Italy, for its part, is preparing to receive its own vaccine doses, specifically from Pfizer and Modern, and has prepared a vaccination plan presented yesterday, December 2, in Parliament by the Minister of Health Roberto Hope. It will be a free and non-mandatory vaccine (at least initially) which should begin to be administered to citizens from the end of January. The first will be doctors and nurses, then residents and RSA staff and finally people over 80.