The World Health Organization (WHO) says a large segment of the world’s population has not been vaccinated during the second wave of Covid. According to the WHO, 83 percent of the world’s vaccines are given to rich countries, which represent 53 percent of the world’s population. Chief Tedros Athanom Gebrias clarified.
High- and middle-income countries, which represent 53% of the world’s population, received 83% of the world’s vaccine production. In contrast, low-income countries, which represent 47 percent of the population, received only 17 percent of the total vaccine, ”says Gebrias.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the virus, which was identified in India late last year, has been classified as a “global concern”.