Strong likelihood of more dangerous COVID-19 variants warned by WHO experts

New concerning variants of the coronavirus infection was expected to spread around the world.

Making the pandemic even harder to halt, new concerning variants of the coronavirus infection was expected to spread around the world as warned by the emergency committee of the World Health Organisation on Thursday, according to a report released by LiveMint.

Amid a growing debate on the restriction of entry to the unvaccinated travelers, as far it is concerned with international travels, the emergency committee maintained its stance that proof of the coronavirus vaccination should not be required for the same.

Given limited global access along with inequitable distribution of the coronavirus vaccines, to permit international travel, vaccinations should not be the only condition for the same, as mentioned by the independent experts.

Promoting unequal freedom of movement, requiring proof of vaccination deepens inequities, as previously mentioned by the experts. On the other hand, China was asked to cooperate better in the probe into the Origins of the coronavirus pandemic by the World Health Organisation chief, as the first cases of the infection were witnessed in Wuhan in December 2019.

Calling in particular for access to raw data which so far has been inadequate, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said a regular press briefing in Geneva that to get to the bottom of what has happened a better Corporation is hoped.

Due to the lack of raw data on the first days of the spread of the coronavirus infection there, investigations into the origin of the pandemic in China were being hampered as said by Tedros.

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