Today, August 31, the goal of 70% vaccination has been achieved. However, poor countries are lagging behind and the third dose goes undetected.
NOT. vaccination campaign Continue, now straight ahead, in Italy as in the rest of the world. However, the issues are far from over and there are still many issues to be resolved. By trying to take stock of the vaccination situation, we know that 70% of adults in Europe are fully vaccinated. to let it be known Ursula Kon der Leyen, President of the European Commission, who commented on the achievement in a tweet: âI want to thank the many people who made this great achievement possible. But we need to vaccinate more Europeans. And we also need to help immunize the rest of the world. We continue to support our partners. will keep “ Wrote the European number one. Overall more 256 million adults in the European Union He received a full set of vaccines. Italy is also not behind in the figures, which were reached today, that is to say with the administration of August 31. 70% vaccinated.
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In Italy they are 77,532,362 Doses of vaccines are given. A figure equal to 90% of the total distributed, to date 86,125,986. More precisely, 60,650,672 doses of Pfizer / BioNTech have been delivered; 11,482,998 from Moderna; 12,033,610 in Vaxjeveria-AstraZeneca; 1,958,706 to Janssen. Regarding the vaccination card, Seven are currently in use in at least one country. In August, Sputnik V, made in Russia by the National Center for Epidemiological and Microbiological Research in Gamaleja, became the first officially registered vaccine against the coronavirus.
The Oxford, AstraZeneca, Cowishield It has been used in UK, Wales, Northern Ireland, Bangladesh, India, Morocco, Myanmar, Seychelles and Scotland. NOT. pfizer biotech Austria, Bahrain, Modern, Bermuda, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, United Kingdom, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Island of ‘Ireland De Man, Israel, Italy, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Holland, Northern Cyprus, Northern Ireland, Norway, Oman, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Romania. Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United States of America, Wales. NOT. Modern In Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Holland, Spain, USA. NOT. Artificial satellite In Argentina, Belarus, Russia, Serbia. NOT. sinoform in Bahrain, Serbia, Seychelles, United Arab Emirates, Egypt; NOT. sinovac in Brazil, China, Indonesia, Northern Cyprus, Turkey; NOT. covaxine in India.
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and poor countries?
My hypothesis of the third dose, which now seems almost certain, has, however, further highlighted the differences in behavior between poor and rich countries. Besides the human factor, there is also an economic factor. In fact, wealthy countries where vaccines are now widely available will certainly experience significant economic growth in the near future if it is not imminent. This would not be the case for poor populations and the limited availability of vaccines, which would grow slowly. NOT. The coronavirus has affected the economy of the entire planet, significantly reducing its stability. There are some who will be able to get by and those who, on the other hand, will be trapped in a dark tunnel with no way out. The pandemic has made the vulnerabilities and structural weaknesses of each country more apparent, exacerbating existing inequalities and differences.
According to a new report from International Monetary FundThe scarcity of vaccines against the coronavirus for developing countries and poor countries represents a serious problem, facing a serious problem not only on the humanitarian and social level, but above all on the economic level. Lack of access to supplements risks not only slowing the economic growth of these countries, but also global, due to the collapse of the economies of some countries. In the report, the International Monetary Fund calls on the richer countries to share more doses with the poorer countries, as had already been widely requested in recent months, but unfortunately no adequate response has been given.
in relation to the development of economy of developing countries, The Monetary Fund reduced the growth of emerging economies by 0.4%, It was reduced to 6.3%. The most pessimistic forecasts are for India and several parts of Southeast Asia, including Indonesia and Vietnam. Indeed, in these regions, in addition to an increase in infections, there has been a significant increase in hospitalizations and hospitalizations. The vaccine prevents the spread of the most serious forms of contagion.
The emphasis on immunization was, of course, the introduction of green pass, From now on, access to certain covered establishments such as bars and restaurants is made compulsory. Green passes are also mandatory for fairs, events and exhibitions and will be mandatory on trains, buses and planes from tomorrow September 1. The latest proposal comes from Bonacini, President of Emilia Romagna, who also offered a mandatory green pass in the workplace. “I will extend the Green Pass to all workplaces, hope unions and companies come to an agreement, like a year or more ago when all factories opened safely on May 4th, unions , Thanks to the initiative of companies, authorities and the government âSpeaking to Effetto Notte Estate on Radio24, he reiterated the importance of vaccination.