While some believe that infection with the Corona virus, after receiving two vaccination doses, requires receiving the booster dose, the World Health Organization announced that it does not currently recommend receiving booster doses, due to the lack of sufficient data about the effectiveness of this procedure.
"We have made it clear that there is currently not enough information available to issue advice on this issue," said Kate O'Brien, director of the WHO's Department of Immunization.
This came as a clarification during a conference during which Kate O'Brien responded to journalists' questions, explaining whether there is a need to vaccinate with booster doses of vaccines in light of the spread of the "Delta" strain of the Corona virus.
O'Brien stressed that the World Health Organization "does not recommend receiving booster doses" of any vaccine against the emerging corona virus. 55555555555555555 She pointed out that there are extensive studies currently underway on the use of booster doses, and said: "We know that some countries have begun to advise their citizens to receive booster doses, and we call on all of them to rely on the data."
Discussions have increased about the extent to which it is necessary to receive booster doses of vaccines against the Corona virus, in light of the spread of new strains, especially the “delta” version discovered for the first time in India, twice more contagious, and more dangerous compared to its predecessors.