The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday constituted a new committee to find out the origin of the corona virus. The names of 26 scientists from around the world have been proposed as its members. These include members of the first team to investigate China's Wuhan lab.
The WHO said that this may be the last chance to trace the origin of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The United Nations health agency has also asked China to provide preliminary data related to the virus. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that the first investigation was affected by the lack of initial data related to the epidemic.
The WHO has also placed four members of its first investigation team in the committee, which has examined the Wuhan lab in China to find the source of the SARS-CoV-2 corona virus. These include Marion Koopman, Thea Fischer, Hung Nguyen and Chinese animal health expert Yang Yungui. Tedros said that understanding where the new microbes come from is essential for the prevention and expertise of a potential global pandemic in the future. He said that he is happy to have selected experts from all over the world for this group.
Let us tell you that in many countries including America and Russia, the situation remains worrying due to corona infection at present. In the midst of the growing threat of the epidemic, discussions have intensified regarding the booster dose. Many countries have recommended the need for a booster dose of the coron vaccine. At the same time, now the World Health Organization (WHO) is also going to hold a meeting regarding its need. In this meeting to be held on November 11, a panel of experts will discuss the need for booster doses.
Kate O'Brien, director of the WHO's Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals, told Monday that the Scientific Advisory Group (SAGE) will discuss the need for COVID-19 booster shots on November 11, according to the news agency Sputnik.