WHO: An injection crisis may occur if it isn’t produced in sufficient numbers

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The fight against the Coronavirus continues without interruption through vaccination studies.

The World Health Organization has announced that increased vaccination efforts may lead to a shortage of about 1-2 billion injections in 2022.

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The importance of vaccination studies for this disease which has different forms all over the world is increasing more and more every day.

Increasing prices with incentives, campaigns and media incentives is the biggest goal.

Although the required level is not reached in many countries, vaccination rates are our only weapon against the scourge of Corona, and they are increasing.

The high vaccination rates are a positive development, but may cause a new worldwide problem in the near future for the syringe problem.

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The number of vaccine doses has exceeded 100 million in Turkey and 7 billion in the world, and in the process, nearly twice as many syringes are used as regular syringes.

And it could be a big imminent new crisis, according to Lisa Hedman, the WHO’s advisor on access to medicines and health products.

“We are genuinely concerned that there may be a shortage of vaccine syringes, which will lead to serious problems such as slowing down immunization efforts.

Depending on how the vaccine is absorbed, there could be a shortage of any number of injections from 1 billion to 2 billion.”

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Hedman said, in a statement to the French press, that in order to avoid such a deficit, injections must be produced, as well as the vaccine that is made available to the market.

It’s thought that a shortage of syringes may cause problems with regular vaccinations as well as the coronavirus vaccines.

Even revaccination with used syringes poses a potential threat.

In order to avoid these problems, manufacturers need to take precautions by planning ahead of time.

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If there is a crisis with injections, there may be great difficulties in fighting not only the virus, but also many diseases.