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Written by SOT.COM.AL 30 Prill 2021
The World Health Organization stated that the number of vaccinated persons is higher than that of persons infected with COVID-19.
"Based on the number of confirmed cases, 5.5% of the entire European population has been infected with the coronavirus, while 7% of it has been vaccinated," said WHO Regional Head for Europe Hans Klugen.
He said that even when the number of new cases, hospitalizations and casualties falls, the threat and danger of the virus remains, it still has the potential to cause devastating effects.
For the first time in 2 months, after Europe was engulfed by a dangerous wave of COVID-19, new cases of infections and casualties have experienced a decline and stability.
Klugen said anti-COVID measures taken by state governments are a key factor in keeping the situation under control, adding that vaccines alone are not enough to end the pandemic.
The head of the WHO a few days ago said that the world has the right tools to "fight" and control the pandemic, within a few months, if they are used properly.
Vaccination in Europe despite problems and delays in distribution is already moving in more sustainable steps, towards defeating COVID-19 and immunizing the herd.