We ask people: WHO opposes mandatory coronavirus vaccination in international travel. Do you think this is true?
The WHO Emergency Health Program Committee opposed mandatory vaccination imposed by coronavirus immunity requirements. Michael Ryan, Program Director of Health Emergencies, stressed that the emergency committee does not consider it necessary to introduce additional barriers for tourists until more data and more vaccines are available.
“Given that the impact of vaccines on reducing transmission of the virus is not yet known, and the availability of vaccines is currently too limited, the committee recommended that countries do not require proof of vaccination from arriving travelers,”WHO Emergency Health Program Committee
In addition, WHO officials said the second year of the coronavirus outbreak could get much worse than the first.
The World Health Organization reminds that the number of infected people worldwide exceeds 92 million and the death toll is approaching 2 million. 51 million people recovered during the pandemic. And just last week, from January 4 to January 10, about five million people got sick.
WHO says no evidence of vaccination is required to travel abroad. So what do people think?
The World Health Organization (WHO) Emergency Committee is not currently recommending providing evidence of vaccine requirements for COVID on international travel. So what do people think?