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Covid-19 vaccines saved 20 million lives

Scientists have found that the Covid-19 vaccines developed in the first year of the corona virus epidemic saved millions of people from death.

It turned out that the vaccines developed against the corona virus epidemic, which killed more than 6.3 million people worldwide, saved the lives of millions of people. Scientists have announced that approximately 20 million lives have been saved in the one-year period after the corona virus vaccine started to be used.

In the study published in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases, it was emphasized that more than half of this number is in developed countries. In the research, it was said, “If the work of the World Health Organization had reached on time, 1 out of every 5 deaths in underdeveloped countries could have been prevented”.

While it was stated that 12 billion doses of vaccines were made worldwide, including vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca, the imbalance in the distribution of vaccines was also noted.

“Global vaccination efforts have been a huge success and have changed the course of the pandemic,” said Oliver Watson of Imperial College London, who led the research. But next time we must learn to be prepared for a new pandemic,” he said.

Source From: Sozcu

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