Europe: The European Commission initiated the Mass Vaccination for covid-19 for 446 million people. On Saturday, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine had been distributed to all 27 respective member states. But the question arises what the need for Mass Vaccination is?
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen forwarded this information to all the citizens. Several countries started their Vaccination earlier as the expansion of covid-19 is increasing day by day.
Reports say that The EU has so far recorded more than 335,000 Covid-19 related deaths. Day by day, the cases have been increasing that spread terror in the environment. Mass Vaccination can restrict the expansion of deadly coronavirus.
Why Mass Vaccination?
Several countries questioned about this decision? Answer to this question is that Mass Vaccination can proceed with healing faster then vaccinating people individually. On the other hand, This comes after the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Commission approved the German-US Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
The EU has grasped arrangements for more than two billion vaccine doses from various drug and health organizations.
A second important use of Mass Vaccination is to accelerate disease control to immediately progress coverage with a new vaccine at the time of its installation into routine immunization programmes and attain the herd immunity levels required to meet international targets for extermination fatality reduction. In the twenty-first century, mass vaccination and routine immunization remain a necessary alliance for attaining national and international goals to control the vaccine-preventable disease.
President of EU Commission Tweeted :
President of EU Commission Ursula von der Leyen wrote “Today, we start turning the page on a difficult year. The #COVID19 vaccine has been delivered to all EU countries. Vaccination will begin tomorrow across the EU. The #EUvaccinationdays are a touching moment of unity. Vaccination is the lasting way out of the pandemic,” via her official account of Twitter.
Today, we start turning the page on a difficult year. The #COVID19 vaccine has been delivered to all EU countries.
Vaccination will begin tomorrow across the EU.
— Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) December 26, 2020
According to sources, more than 14 million people have been tested positive for deadly coronavirus. Hence, strict lockdown regulations have been applied in the respective member states.