Coronavirus Update

The world is still suffering from the ripple effect of the deadly coronavirus so here is the coronavirus update you need to keep informed about how far it has hit the world and what countries are doing to fight it.

In 2019, China became the whistleblower for the new breed of the sars virus, the SarsCov2 virus which subsequently multiplied at very alarming rates all across the globe and does not look like ending soon leaving the World Health Organization no choice but to pronounce it as a public health emergency.

Here, we give you updates on what is happening all around the world as far as the virus is concerned and which country is the hardest hit among the lot.

Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus Update

Vaccines

It is heartwarming that we have some well-doing vaccines against the virus that has given hope to people in countries all over the world. The vaccines include;

  • Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine
  • Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine (Shot in the muscle of the upper arm)
  • Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine (Shot in the muscle of the upper arm)
  • mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines
  • Viral Vector COVID-19 Vaccines

According to the Centre for Disease Control CDC, the vaccines have their individual side effects but these are just temporary and would soon fade.

Coronavirus Update Statistics

The world has now seen up to two hundred and nineteen million (219 M) reported cases and counting on with over four million five hundred and fifty thousand report deaths.

According to the World Health Organization and the CDC, all countries in the world have received a large number of vaccines to get their citizens vaccinated in time with donor agencies paying for a number of these projects.

Notice

CDC now recommends that people aged 65 years and older, residents aged 18 years and older in long-term care settings, and people aged 50–64 years with underlying medical conditions should receive a booster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 Vaccine at least 6 months after completing their Pfizer-BioNTech primary series. Other groups may receive a booster shot based on their individual risk and benefit.