Health inequality in COVID-19 vaccination coverage

Ghelichi-Ghojogh, Mousa and Khezr, Rozhan and Rezaei, Fatemeh and Aljalili, Somayeh and Valizadeh, Rohollah and Sadighpour, Tella (2023) Health inequality in COVID-19 vaccination coverage. Health Science Monitor, 2 (1).

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According to the latest report of World Health Organization, which was published on November 8, 2021, more than 249,743,428 people were infected with COVID-19 and 5,047,652 people died from this disease worldwide. Furthermore, more than seven billion doses of vaccine have been used against the COVID-19 pandemic across the world (1). COVID-19 can take two forms including the asymptomatic and symptomatic forms and may cause a wide and varied range of symptoms (2-6). One of the most serious and current human rights is to have access to diagnostic, treatment and vaccination facilities against COVID-19, especially in the poor areas and low-income countries. In addition, vaccination is regarded to be a very important primary preventive measure since it causes a significant reduction in the COVID-19 development, decreases its morbidity, and reduces its mortality rates

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: COVID-19 - Health Organization
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
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Date Deposited: 14 Nov 2023 10:11
Last Modified: 14 Nov 2023 10:11

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