Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said COVID-19 vaccine will be prepared by next year. He is hoping to have the option to put a coronavirus antibody into utilization in the nation during the main quarter one year from now, he said in a video on Twitter on Sunday.
VIDEO: Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said that a deal with Swedish-British pharmaceutical group AstraZeneca guarantees that all Mexicans will have “free and universal” access to the coronavirus vaccinepic.twitter.com/UFrmveDCpL
— The Brazilian Report (@BrazilianReport) August 13, 2020
The deadly coronavirus has engulfed around 766,228 individuals since the pandemic rose in China last December.
Approximately 21,500,350 cases have been enrolled in 196 nations and territories. Of these, almost 13,205,100 are currently viewed as recovered.
After the US, the hardest-hit nations are Brazil with 107,232 passings from 3,317,096 cases, Mexico with 56,543 passings from 517,714 cases, India with 49,980 passings from 2,589,682 cases, and United Kingdom with 41,361 passings from 317,379 cases.
The United States is the most noticeably awful hit nation with 169,489 passings from 5,361,613 cases. At least 1,818,527 individuals have been proclaimed recovered.
The nation with the most elevated number of passings compared with its population is Belgium with 86 fatalities for each 100,000 occupants, trailed by Peru (79), Spain 61, United Kingdom 61, and Italy 59.
Latin America and the Caribbean by and large has 240,071 passings from 6,111,270 cases, Europe 210,374 passings from 3,509,567 contaminations, and the United States and Canada 178,549 passings from 5,483,457 cases.
Asia has revealed 79,406 passings from 3,940,731 cases, Middle East 32,068 passings from 1,319,087 cases, Africa 25,331 passings from 1,110,768 cases, and Oceania 429 passings from 25,476 cases.