German Health Minister Jens Spann says caution is needed despite the daily decline in COVID-19 cases in Germany.
Everyone receives the virus, Jens said at a news conference Wednesday, adding that immunity from vaccinations or disease will arise. Both Spann and Luther Weller, director of the Robert Koch Institute for Infectious Diseases in Germany, stress that vaccination is a better option.
The incidence of new infections is currently decreasing in all federal states and all age groups.
“Everything is going in the right direction, but we have to be very careful that confidence does not turn into overconfidence,” said Spahn.
The so-called Indian coronavirus identified in 44 countries in six WHO regions, who said Wednesday. The UN Health Organization’s conclusions are based on 4,500 samples uploaded to the open access database.
It is thought that this type, known as B.1.617, is one of several factors in the prevalence of large-scale infections throughout India. Outside India, the UK reported the highest number of COVID cases caused by Indian species.
World leaders and the World Health Organization could have done more to mitigate the deadly effects of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by the World Health Organization’s Independent Pandemic Prevention and Response Group.
UN Secretary-General Antonio says the capacity to produce the COVID-19 vaccine should be doubled and called for a fairer distribution of vaccines in developing countries.
“Life in the world is completely unacceptable, developed countries can vaccinate most of their populations, and many developing countries do not have access to a dose of vaccines,” General said after a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey.
He warned that failure to vaccinate would lead to new species and mutations spreading “like wildfire” in different parts of the impoverished world.