Children at lower risk from Covid-19, vaccines should go to poor: WHO

24/11/2021 5:00:00 PM

Children at lower risk from Covid-19, vaccines should go to poor: WHO

Read more:

Yes! It should be distributed to the elderly first who has a hire risk of contracting and spreading

Children at lower risk from COVID-19, vaccines should go to poor: WHOGENEVA: As children and adolescents are at lower risk of severe COVID-19 disease, countries should prioritise sharing vaccine doses with the COVAX programme to bring urgently needed supplies to poorer countries, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday (Nov 24). Some rare cases of heart

Israel starts vaccinating young children as COVID-19 cases riseJERUSALEM: Israel began rolling out Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccinations for 5-to-11-year-olds on Monday (Nov 22) hoping to beat down a recent rise in coronavirus infections. A fourth wave of infections that hit Israel in June began subsiding in September. But over the past two weeks the \u0022R\u0022, or repr

Austria locks down, Merkel says new steps needed as Europe faces COVID-19 freezeVIENNA/BERLIN: Austria became on Monday (Nov 22) the first country in western Europe to reimpose lockdown since vaccines were rolled out, shutting non-essential shops, bars and cafes as surging caseloads raised the spectre of a second straight winter in deep freeze for the continent. Germany will also Is it still just delta?

COVID-19 unrest has created 'explosive' situation in Guadeloupe, says MacronPOINTE-A-PITRE, Guadeloupe: President Emmanuel Macron said violence in Guadeloupe over COVID-19 restrictions had created a \u0022very explosive\u0022 situation, as a general strike entered a second week on Monday (Nov 22) and many stores remained shuttered after nighttime looting. Hours before Macron\u0027s prime ministe

Canada's Conservatives face questions over lawmakers' COVID-19 vaccination statusOTTAWA: Canada\u0027s ruling Liberals questioned on Monday (Nov 22) whether rival Conservatives - the largest opposition party - were being honest about the vaccination status of its lawmakers as parliament reconvened after the September election. Parliamentary rules require that all lawmakers be inoculated aga

Italy allows COVID-19 vaccine booster 5 months after completing the first cycle: MinisterROME: Health Minister Roberto Speranza on Monday said it will be possible for the Italians to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster five months after completing the first vaccination cycle. \u0022The booster dose is crucial to better protect ourselves and those around us. After Aifa\u0027s (Italy\u0027s medicines authority)