The New Omigran variant of the corona virus Presents “extremely high risk” to the world, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned this Monday, a situation parallel to the increase in the number of countries diagnosed. G7 Called for “emergency operations”.
At an emergency meeting convened by the United Kingdom, the interim chair of the G7, health ministers from the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom acknowledged the importance of guaranteeing access to vaccines.
To do this, they stressed the need for countries to “prepare” to receive the level of “operational assistance, fulfillment of our donation promises, redressal of misinformation about vaccines and support for research and development”.
“Too high risk”
In a joint statement issued after the meeting, the ministers praised South Africa for discovering the new variation and warning others.
Shortly before the meeting, The World Health Organization He warned that the new variant would pose a “very high risk” to the world.
However, he also warned that there are plenty of unknowns, especially in terms of death, severity of symptoms or vaccine safety status.
“So far, no deaths have been reported associated with the Omigran variant,” the organization promised.
The World Health Organization, the WHO’s top decision – making body, meets Sunday through Tuesday. Its members agreed to begin negotiations to develop an international tool to prevent and combat future epidemics.
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