Geneva: The World Health Organization (WHO) has approved the use of two versions of the corona vaccine, developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca.
According to the World News Agency, the World Health Organization (WHO) has also approved the corona vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca after experts declared it effective against new forms of corona in the UK and South Africa.
A statement from the World Health Organization (WHO) said that another version of the vaccine, Aster Zenica (South Korea) and the Serum Institute of India, had also been approved, which was relatively inexpensive and would reach more people. Can be ordered.
The corona vaccine, developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca, is also cheaper than the Pfizer vaccine and can be kept at normal temperatures, although experts say the vaccine is best for countries where there are many forms of corona. Are
“We now have a number of vaccines for the rapid distribution of vaccines around the world, but we still need to increase production,” said WHO Director-General Tedros Adonom Gabris.
The head of the World Health Organization added that he would ask as many companies as possible to submit applications to the WHO for approval of their own vaccines.
Tedros Adonom Gibres added that vaccine companies should apply to the World Health Organization (WHO) for approval of the vaccine to the Medicines Regulatory Authority of high-income countries with the best health care systems.
It should be noted that the World Health Organization has previously approved the use of Corona vaccine developed by Pfizer and Biotech, but more vaccines will be approved keeping in mind the need for vaccines around the world.