Covid-19. COVID-19 vaccines, where are the big laboratories?
Manuel Franco. Spokesperson for the Spanish Society of Public Health "It is expected that we will end the pandemic in two years, in March 2022"
As the trickle of
, vaccination around the world continues at an uneven pace.
More than 200 million doses of
have already been administered in 107 countries and territories.
But nine out of 10 are injected into countries with high or medium-high resources.
Some 1.84 billion people, almost a quarter of the world's population, live in countries that have not yet vaccinated.
In Spain, the
and new cases are declining, so some communities have already relaxed some of the measures they adopted to stop the spread of the
after the Christmas holidays.
The data of the coronavirus in Spain
55,559 in the
39,249 in the
Castilla y León
373,369 in the
147,956 in the
* Source: Ministry of Health
Total figures: 3,133,122 coronavirus cases confirmed with a diagnostic test for active infection;
There have been 67,701 deaths with a positive test as of February 19
8.00 Johnson promises coronavirus vaccine for all adults in July
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has offered all British adults to receive the coronavirus vaccine before the end of July.
"We have set out to offer a vaccine to all adults by the end of July, which will help us protect the most vulnerable sooner, and we will take further steps to ease some of the restrictions in place," Johnson said in a statement released Saturday. .
More than 17 million people in Britain have received their first dose of the vaccine so far, almost one in three adults.
The Government seeks to accelerate the vaccination plan by which, in the first place, it will offer a vaccine before April 15 to adults over 50 years of age and to those with underlying health problems.
Johnson has mentioned that the plan to accelerate the vaccine will allow to soften some of the strict measures of Covid-19, although he added that "the route out of the blockade will be cautious and staggered."
Likewise, the British prime minister has promised to donate surplus vaccines to the poorest countries.
7.50 China adds seven new cases of coronavirus, all from abroad
China registered seven new cases of coronavirus on Saturday, all from abroad, without any contagion by local transmission, the National Health Commission reported today.
Imported cases were detected in Shanghai (3, east), Sichuan (2, west), Liaoning (1, northeast), and Guangzhou (1, south).
On Saturday 38 cases were discharged, 705 contacts close to those infected were no longer under medical observation and three serious cases were reduced compared to the previous day.
Active cases from abroad stood at 193, none of them serious, of the total of 4,928 imported infections registered since the beginning of the epidemic, which did not cause any deaths.
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