Muscat: Oriental Mediterranean region on the rise And Oman in six countries. Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during the last two months in other parts of the world. World Health Organization (WHO) Eastern Mediterranean Region Director Ahmed Al Mantri said. The spread of the disease in the region has been low for the last ten weeks and so on. The good news is that there has been a slight decline in debt rates.
New cases from previous weeks in six countries in the region Ahmed al-Mantari says that the number of students is increasing. The number of new patients in Oman and Yemen has increased by 20 percent. Deaths in Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen The rate has increased by more than 20 per cent. “There are many reasons why the disease is on the rise,” he said.
Preventive measures against the spread of the disease and its spread. Precautions to be taken, availability of vaccines, vaccine A Concerns about taking over are commonplace around the world. He also said that the main reasons for the spread of the disease. As of June 21, 2.4 percent of the world’s vaccines were vaccinated. Has been in. Of this, 83 million vaccines were given in the region.
This is only given in the ratio of 11 per 100 people. OPT countries have high vaccination rates. However, eight out of 22 countries in the region have a population of one. He also said that the vaccination was carried out only in the lower extremities. Ran.
About 40 per cent of the priority sectors in the sector are youth. About 400 million people have been vaccinated since the end of the year. The same thing applies with urgency. Even before vaccine-producing countries began producing many drugs If you are transferring to other countries on a county basis. At least 10 per cent of all countries in the country have Pt. And can be vaccinated. By the end of this year, 40 percent of people will be vaccinated. He also said he could not be reached for comment.
To increase production to overcome the vaccine shortage in the sector. All support is provided by the World Health Organization. Vaccine technology for Egypt, Iran, Pakistan, and the United Arab Emirates The World Health Organization (WHO) welcomes all exchange agreements. . Production initiatives in Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia Also supports. Vaccines are effective against all different types of viruses. “It simply came to our notice then.