This pandemic has changed everyone’s lifestyle and affected people around the world. It not only made a difference in lifestyle but also brought a change in our physical and psychological well being. This is also drastically changed the way many people function and interact as social isolation has forced them to step away from regular schedules.
On Friday one of the spokeswomen of the World Health Organisation said that it does not expect widespread vaccinations against COVID-19 until the middle of next year and stressing the importance of rigorous checks of the effectiveness and safety of the vaccine.
Margaret Harris who is the spoke women of World Health Organisation said that “we are not expecting to see widespread vaccination and till the middle of the next year”.
She further added that “This phase 3 mistake longer because we need to see how truly protective and effective the vaccine is and we also need to see how safe it is for the people to consume”.
Some of the COVID-19 vaccines are in the final stage of testing which depends on the result, some companies claiming that their vaccine could be greenlighted for use as soon as this year.
The vaccine which is developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca PLC is starting the final round of testing.
Some of the vaccines that showing promise in early trials are failing during the final rounds.