There are different types of diseases in this world. Some of these diseases are curable while others are not. Covid-19 virus is transmitted from one person to another through physical contact with infected person.
Some signs and symptoms of Covid-19 include, High fever, sneezing, difficult breathing and coughing.
Many people including young children have contracted this deadly virus and some are still in hospital.
According to the source, WHO have break the silence and revealed that Covid-19 boosters are not needed for now and distributing to other nations while others are lacking is immoral and unfair. Director General of WHO, Chief Tedros Adhanom added that it is very bad to introduce Covid-19 boosters in the world while people have not received first dose of Covid-19.
This comes in after some countries have started giving their people Covid-19 boosters.
Just get Covid-19 jabs and stay safe.
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