About a quarter of the world’s population may not receive the Kovid-19 vaccine until 2022. The study, published Wednesday in “The BMJ,” says and has been warned that distributing the vaccine will be as difficult as its development. Another study published in the same journal estimates that 3.7 billion adults worldwide want to be vaccinated with Kovid-19.
The magazine said this underlines the importance of creating fair and equitable strategies to ensure supply in line with demand, especially in low- and middle-income countries. These studies indicate that the operational challenges of the global COVID-19 immunization program will be as difficult as the scientific challenges associated with vaccine development.
“ Not vaccinated for at least a fifth of the world by 2022 ”
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in the United States said: “This study shows how high-income countries have ensured future supply of covid-19 vaccines, but their reach to the rest of the world. is uncertain. . He said that more than half of the doses (51%) of vaccines will be available for high-income countries, which represent 14% of the world’s population, and that the remaining doses will be available for low- and middle-income countries, while they will reach 85% of the world’s population. Are more.
The researchers said about a quarter of the world’s population may not receive the Kovid-19 vaccine by 2022, and although all vaccine manufacturers are able to reach maximum manufacturing capacity, by 2022 2022, at least a fifth of the world The vaccine will not reach.