The Covid-19 pandemic could be eradicated if all countries fought together, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said in a statement.
In working together, overcoming the pandemic will not be a difficult goal, it pointed out, urging the public to refrain themselves from hoarding vaccines and catering to narrow nationalism.
The virus’s prevalence took its inception from Wuhan, China, spreading across the globe in a matter of months, and now the new variant, Omicron, is on the headlines all over.
The WHO reiterated the importance of adhering to health guidelines at all times.
As of now, the pandemic has affected 278 million people worldwide and has claimed more than 5.5 million lives.