Business Insider article by Business Insider staff The World Health Organization (WHO) has released a new coronavalent influenza vaccine, which it says is the first vaccine to achieve the “full efficacy” of the pandemic vaccine.
The vaccine, called IL-1B, is part of the Global Health Security Initiative (GHSI), which is meant to protect countries and populations against future pandemics.
It will be available in 2021.
The WHO said in a statement on Wednesday that IL-17 is a novel coronaviruses vector that has been detected in a significant number of human cases worldwide.
IL-19, another novel vector, has been reported in more than 90 countries.
“The World Health Assembly has agreed to introduce a new vaccine as a precautionary measure in order to minimize the risk of a pandemic,” the WHO said.
“We urge the WHO community to work with other global health actors, including other international organizations, to develop a vaccine strategy.”
In January, the WHO issued a global public health alert for an influenza-like virus, or LAV-19.
The pandemic is believed to be the most deadly in history.
According to the CDC, the US and Canada have seen the most infections and deaths of any two countries in the US since the pandemic.
The World Bank has warned that the risk from this pandemic virus could be the greatest in the world.
The virus was first discovered in China in 2006, and has since spread to India, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia.
The pandemic has also hit Japan, where a coronaviral outbreak has killed over 600 people and injured over 2,000.
The virus has also killed at least 9.6 million people worldwide.