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- Bill Gates Said 80 90% People Don't Need To Apply Corona Vaccine, 30 60% Vaccination Will Also Prevent Infection
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According to Bill Gates, the challenge is whether countries are rich or poor, to prevent infection, huge quantities of vaccines have to be made that cost up to 250 rupees. -File photo
- In The Economist's webinar, Gates said – We had failed even before the epidemic came.
- Gates said – Asia has overcome the infection sooner than Europe and America, although India-Pakistan are still in danger
Bill Gates, one of the richest in the world, says that we had failed even before the Kavid-19 epidemic. That is why we could not stand before the infection. ' The economist In a webinar Tuesday with Key Editor-in-Chief Jeannie Minton Bidos, Gates said that we could not fully understand the nature of the epidemic. Edited excerpts from her conversation …
D. in battle with Carona Countries like Korea and Vietnam introduced promptness. At the same time, China, from where the epidemic occurred, made a mistake in the beginning. Asia controlled the transition sooner than Europe and America. However, India and Pakistan are still in danger.
Millions of crores of rupees have to be spent now
As far as the vaccine is concerned, work is in progress at level 6. 75 to 90 thousand crores can be spent. This expenditure is necessary to prevent wastage of millions of crores of rupees. After the initial success, the human trial will move into the third phase. It is estimated that the vaccine will be ready in the first quarter of 2021. Testing may take a little longer at some levels. Vaccines for rich countries will be ready by mid-2021. It will be available to poor countries in early 2022.
Many companies are working on immunity enhancing vaccine
Companies like Johnson & Johnson and Sanofi are also working on vaccines that can increase immunity. The challenge is that whether the country is rich or poor, to prevent infection, huge quantities of vaccines have to be made which cost up to 250 rupees. Overall the problem is still at level 3. First, what happens when people start boycotting the vaccine.
Incidentally, like measles, 80-90% of people will not need to be vaccinated. Infections can also be controlled by vaccinating 30 to 60% of the population in Corona. Secondly, the situation in developing countries can go from bad to worse. Since Europe and America are busy on their own and multilateral sentiments are weakening, it can have a serious impact on developing and poor countries.
The problem is that it takes 3-4 years to collect data from these countries and after that the analysis also takes more time. The third biggest problem is the economic side. The income of a developing and poor country depends on borrowing and remittances from abroad. They cannot increase supply by printing currency.
While investments on their health, education and hygiene were already low, due to corona, it may shrink further, which will further strengthen their strength to fight infection. In such a situation, the world has no choice but to walk together.