W.H.O. — ‘Fully vaccinated should wear masks and physically distance’…
#WHO Director Tedros Ghebreyesus:”In many countries and communities,we are concerned about THE FALSE SENSE OF SECURITY that vaccines have ended the pandemic and that people were vaccinated do not need to take any other precautions “ pic.twitter.com/S2Kj9XMKP0
— Nicole Elisei (@EliseiNicole) November 24, 2021
WHO chief admits that Vaccines are not enough.
The World Health Organization is urging the public to practice Covid mitigation tactics – including masking and distancing – regardless of vaccination status as cases surge across Europe heading into the holiday season.
Some countries and communities have been lured into a “false sense of security” that the pandemic’s over and the vaccinated are fully protected against Covid, WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters during an update Wednesday in Geneva.
He noted that Covid vaccines “save lives” and lower the risk of severe disease and death, but the vaccinated can still contract and spread the virus as social mixing returns to pre-pandemic levels.
“Even if you’re vaccinated, continue to take precautions to prevent becoming infected yourself, and to infecting someone else who could die,” Tedros said. “That means wearing a mask, maintaining distance, avoiding crowds and meeting others outside if you can, or in a well-ventilated space inside.”
Tedros called Europe “the epicenter of the pandemic,” with “unsustainable pressure” facing both health-care systems and personnel. Europe represented 67% of the world’s total new Covid cases during the week ended Nov. 21 with more than 2.4 million infections, an 11% increase from the previous seven days.
Someone should tell Tedros about Ivermectin…
WHO chief Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says "it's not just about who we reach with vaccination, it's about who we miss", adding many vulnerable countries in Africa "are off track".
— Sky News (@SkyNews) November 24, 2021
Ivermectin in Africa