Global coronavirus eradication is not a reasonable goal at the moment, said David Nabarro, the World Health Organization (WHO) special envoy for the coronavirus.
“Mankind will have to learn to live with this virus, preventing its sudden onset as well as preventing the possibility of creating new hotspots.” “Eradication is not a reasonable goal for the world at the moment,” Nabarro said.
He added that reports of the existence of the Nepalese variant of the coronavirus are being investigated.
“Every time it breaks out suddenly, it makes someone think that a new type of coronavirus can appear. “And that would not be a surprise.”
“According to him, this will happen in the future and the virus, as he said, will not disappear soon, but new species will appear.”
Many observers warn of unequal access to the vaccine between rich and poor countries, exacerbating and prolonging a pandemic that has killed more than 3.5 million people so far.
Leaders of the WHO, the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank recently called on world leaders to take on a new commitment and advocate for a fairer distribution of vaccines to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.