OREANDA-NEWS The World Health Organization (WHO) representative in Russia Melita Vujnovic said that the organization does not see any alarming signals in connection with the vaccination of adolescents and children against coronavirus, However, according to her, this should be approached with caution — adjust doses and conduct clinical trials.

«The attention here is huge, so we don't see any alarm signals or signs in the vaccination process [of adolescents and children]. Of course, dose adjustment, clinical trial — all this must be passed. But at the moment there were no strong alarm signals», she said.

Earlier it was reported that WHO intends to ensure that the vaccination rate in low-income countries reaches 70 percent by the end of the year. WHO intends to increase the supply of coronavirus vaccines to countries that are unable to purchase it. According to Vujnovic, it is very important that such countries reach a critical level of vaccination, so it will be possible to reduce the spread of the virus.