WHO doesn’t expect widespread Covid19 vaccine until middle of the next year : Read Why

Speculations related to Covid19 vaccines have become preposterous because every day, comes a new report stating the arrival of a vaccine.

But World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday resting all the speculations clarified that it (WHO) doesn’t expect widespread vaccinations against Covid-19 untill middle of the next year as per spokesperson said on Friday. WHO states that it is very important to check the effectiveness and safety.

Margaret Harris, the spokesperson, “None of the candidate vaccines in advanced clinical trials so far has demonstrated a “clear signal” of efficacy at the level of at least 50% sought by the WHO.”

Although Russia had already announced and granted Regulatory approval to Covid19 Vaccines in August in less than two months of human testings raises several questions on its safety and efficacy.

“We are really not expecting to see widespread vaccination until the middle of next year,” Harris told a U.N. briefing in Geneva.

“This phase 3 must take longer because we need to see how truly protective the vaccine is and we also need to see how safe it is,” she added.

“All data from trials must be shared and compared”, Harris said. “A lot of people have been vaccinated and what we don’t know is whether the vaccine works…at this stage we do not have the clear signal of whether or not it has the level of worthwhile efficacy and safety…,” she added.