WHO chief said this big thing about the DELTA variant

New Delhi: According to an international group of experts from the World Health Organization and the US Food and Drug Administration, the corona vaccine is so effective on delta variants that the general population will not need a booster shot after receiving the vaccine. In fact, experts found in their research that there was no credible evidence of the vaccine's lack of effectiveness on the delta variant, currently considered the most frightening.

Dr. Ana Maria Henao Restrepo, a lead author of the WHO, said that a limited supply of these vaccines can save most of the lives if immunized to those suffering from a serious illness. She said that even if immunity is being increased from boosters, at present we need to send these vaccines to more and more people.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration have said that individuals who are being vaccinated do not need to be afraid of delta variants. Nor do they need any booster shots or vaccines. Both the institutions said that we are constantly monitoring the corona data, sometimes we will tell the people immediately if required. There is no need for a booster vaccine at present.

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