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The United States accepts WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccines for international visitor CDC

The United States accepts WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccines for international visitor CDC

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the US National Public Health Agency, said on Friday that it would start accepting all COVID-19 vaccines … 08.10.2021, Sputnik International

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“Six vaccines that are FDA [US Food and Drug Administration] “Approved / approved or listed for emergencies by the WHO will meet the criteria for travel to the United States,” a CDC spokesman told Reuters. A WHO spokesman said earlier on Friday that the International Health Agency was “close” to approving the Sputnik V vaccine Russia’s Gamaleya Institute, Russia’s Health Minister Mikhail Murashko said last week that there was only paperwork left. will now be recognized as vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, opening up travel to the US as well as access to places requiring proof of vaccination, which has been mandated in several US cities and implemented ad hoc in places in many Worldwide, about 3.64 billion people have been immunized against COVID-19, or 47.5% of humanity, according to data compiled by the New York Times, of which 1.1 billion are Chinese, of which lan gt most will not live ger be barred from the US due to vaccination status. Furthermore, about 77% of the total shots have gone to residents of middle- and upper-income countries, while only 0.5% have gone to lower-income countries. Apart from the non-approved Sputnik V, the now approved vaccines are the most widely used in the world globe. However, several other vaccines are also in use in smaller numbers, ranging from Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin vaccine used in seven countries, including India where it was developed, to others used just in the country where it was developed. such as Kazakhstan’s QazVac and Iran’s COVIran Barakat. None of the five vaccines developed by Cuba, which are starting to be sent to other countries such as Venezuela and Iran, have been approved by the WHO.

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. National Public Health Agency, said Friday it will begin accepting all COVID-19 vaccines approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) for emergency use.

“Six vaccines that are FDA [US Food and Drug Administration] “Approved / approved or listed for emergencies by the WHO will meet the criteria for travel to the United States,” a CDC spokesman told Reuters.

To date, the WHO has approved six vaccines for emergency use. Three are already in use in the United States: Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine, Moderna’s and Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine. The rule change will now also include the standard Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine as well as the specific formulation used by the India Serum Institute, known as CoviShield; China’s two most popular vaccines, Sinopharm’s BiBP vaccine and SinoVac’s CoronaVac vaccine, are also included.

A WHO spokesman said earlier Friday that the international health agency was “close” to approving the Sputnik V vaccine, manufactured by Russia’s Gamaleya Institute. Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko said last week that there were only papers left.
The rule change means that international visitors who have received a number of COVID-19 vaccines that are not available in the United States will now be recognized as vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This will open up for travel to the US as well as access to places that require proof of vaccination, which has been mandated in several US cities and implemented ad hoc in places in many others.
Last week, the White House announced that travelers from the EU, China, Iran, South Africa, Brazil and India in November would be allowed to re-enter the country in November, provided they can present proof of vaccination. With the exception of a select few countries, including Mexico, Canada, Japan and Singapore, travel to the United States during the 18 months since the pandemic began has been almost completely limited.
Worldwide, about 3.64 billion people have been immunized against COVID-19, or 47.5% of humanity, according to data compiled by the New York Times. Of those, 1.1 billion are Chinese, the vast majority of whom will no longer be cut off from the United States because of vaccination status. Furthermore, about 77% of the total shots have gone to residents of middle- and upper-income countries, while only 0.5% have gone to lower-income countries.

Apart from the unapproved Sputnik V, the now approved vaccines are the most widely used worldwide. However, several other vaccines are also in use in smaller numbers, ranging from Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin vaccine used in seven countries, including India where it was developed, to others used just in the country where it was developed. such as Kazakhstan’s QazVac and Iran’s COVIran Barakat. None of the five vaccines developed by Cuba, which are starting to be sent to other countries such as Venezuela and Iran, have been approved by the WHO.

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