How can we recover our world after COVID-19?

Will we return to the same ways or will we decide together that something better is possible?

Approved COVID-19 vaccines offer a high level of protection from the disease, especially when it comes to preventing the most serious illnesses. This means that if we have had the vaccine, we are less likely to be hospitalised and die from COVID-19. It’s important to share this information with your networks to help others understand the difference between the vaccines.

Over 1 billion vaccine doses have been administered around the world so far. The lifesaving vaccines are our best chance to end the pandemic. But there are over 7 billion people in this world, and we need to make sure they reach everyone, everywhere. #OnlyTogether can we end the crisis.

The world is on the brink of a catastrophic moral failure – and the price of this failure will be paid by the world’s poorest countries.

DR. Tedros Ghebreyesus
Director-General, WHO

Approved COVID-19 vaccines offer a high level of protection from the disease, especially when it comes to preventing the most serious illnesses. This means that if we have had the vaccine, we are less likely to be hospitalised and die from COVID-19. It’s important to share this information with your networks to help others understand the difference between the vaccines.

Over 1 billion vaccine doses have been administered around the world so far. The lifesaving vaccines are our best chance to end the pandemic. But there are over 7 billion people in this world, and we need to make sure they reach everyone, everywhere. #OnlyTogether can we end the crisis.

Approved COVID-19 vaccines offer a high level of protection from the disease, especially when it comes to preventing the most serious illnesses. This means that if we have had the vaccine, we are less likely to be hospitalised and die from COVID-19. It’s important to share this information with your networks to help others understand the difference between the vaccines.

Over 1 billion vaccine doses have been administered around the world so far. The lifesaving vaccines are our best chance to end the pandemic. But there are over 7 billion people in this world, and we need to make sure they reach everyone, everywhere. #OnlyTogether can we end the crisis.

5.8 Million

Infections globally

Will we return to the same ways or will we decide together that something better is possible?

Image caption healthcare workers teaching best handwashing practice. 
Credit: UNICEF
Image caption healthcare workers teaching best handwashing practice.
Credit: UNICEF


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World Health Organisation

Vaccines and immunization: What is vaccination?


World Health Organisation

Vaccines and immunization: What is vaccination?

Approved COVID-19 vaccines offer a high level of protection from the disease, especially when it comes to preventing the most serious illnesses. This means that if we have had the vaccine, we are less likely to be hospitalised and die from COVID-19. It’s important to share this information with your networks to help others understand the difference between the vaccines.

Over 1 billion vaccine doses have been administered around the world so far. The lifesaving vaccines are our best chance to end the pandemic. But there are over 7 billion people in this world, and we need to make sure they reach everyone, everywhere. #OnlyTogether can we end the crisis.

Approved COVID-19 vaccines offer a high level of protection from the disease, especially when it comes to preventing the most serious illnesses. This means that if we have had the vaccine, we are less likely to be hospitalised and die from COVID-19. It’s important to share this information with your networks to help others understand the difference between the vaccines.

Over 1 billion vaccine doses have been administered around the world so far. The lifesaving vaccines are our best chance to end the pandemic. But there are over 7 billion people in this world, and we need to make sure they reach everyone, everywhere. #OnlyTogether can we end the crisis.

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