The World Health Organization says the current vaccines against Covid-19 appear to protect against the variants

The World Health Organization says the current vaccines against Covid-19 appear to protect against the variants

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LONDON – Hans Kluge, Regional Director for Europe at the World Health Organization (WHO), said that the Covid-19 vaccines used today in fighting the epidemic in Europe appear to be able to protect against all the prevalent and worrisome variables. This Thursday.

Kluge said health officials should remain vigilant about the increasing number of Covid-19 cases in the region due to a variable emerging in India, but stressed that vaccination and infection control measures will help prevent its spread.

“All types of Covid-19 virus that have appeared so far actually interact with the approved vaccines available,” Kluge said at a press conference.

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