We are talking about two countries in eastern Africa – Burundi and Eritrea, as well as North Korea.
“About half of the rest of the countries have limited supplies. They have a vaccination program, but there is not enough vaccine to accelerate and achieve the intended goal,” the message said.
According to WHO, 56 countries were excluded from the global vaccine market, so they were unable to vaccinate 10% of their population by the end of September. Most of these countries are located in Africa.
WHO has asked countries and companies that control vaccine supplies to prioritize the supply of COVAX and AVAT.
“A large group of countries in the world have limited capacities, especially countries affected by instability, conflict or violence. WHO and our partners are working with these countries to strengthen the technical and logistical capacities of vaccines on the ground,” the release said.
An outbreak of coronavirus infection began at the end of 2019 in China. March 11, 2020 World Health Organization (WHO) declared the spread of coronavirus a pandemic.
MMass vaccination against coronavirus infection in the world began at the end of 2020. As of October 14 in the world have received more than 6.6 billion vaccinations from the coronavirus. Vaccination has started in 184 countries.