Preparations for the distribution of corona vaccine begin in many countries of the world

Countries around the world have been preparing for the distribution of the coronavirus vaccine since Sunday. Germany and the United States will begin vaccinating a small portion of the population next month.

Speaking to the media on Sunday, German Health Minister Jens Schappen said he was hopeful that the vaccine would be approved in Europe before the end of this year and that distribution would begin immediately.

The initial plan in the United States is to start vaccinating some groups from December 12. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to review and approve the Pfizer vaccine on December 10.

It is believed that the corona vaccine, developed jointly by the American pharmaceutical company Pfizer and the German company Bio-Tech, proved to be 90% effective.

Last weekend's G20 summit, which was attended by leaders of the world's major economies, called for the coronavirus vaccine to be delivered first to the poorest and most at risk.

Medical personnel in the United States who have been most affected by the corona virus are among the first to be vaccinated against the corona virus.

According to a study by the British newspaper Guardian and Kaiser Health News, 1,400 medical personnel have died in the United States so far due to the corona virus. One-third of the medical staff consisted of nurses.

According to the report, a large part of the medical staff is suffering from illness, trauma and fatigue.

A surgical nurse told the Guardian that in the first two months of the coronavirus outbreak, she packed more men into body bags than she had in 25 years.

As of Sunday, more than 58 million people worldwide have been infected with the corona virus, according to Johns Hopkins University in the United States.

The United States has the highest number of people in the world with more than 12 million. 9 million people in India and 6 million in Brazil have fallen victim to the corona.

Coronavirus has killed more than 1.3 million people worldwide so far. In the United States, that number has exceeded two and a half million.

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