Better Strategies For Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination

Authors

  • Nikolaos Tzenios c
  • Mohamad Chahine Kursk State Medical University
  • Dr Mary Tazanios Charisma University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.58676/sjmas.v1i2.11

Keywords:

hypertension, Cancer

Abstract

The first case of COVID-19 a coronavirus disease, was reported in December 2019 in Wuhan, China, and spread globally. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is regarded as the most challenging pandemic in the current century. COVID-19 has brought scientists together on a platform where they search for different therapeutic and preventive strategies to combat this coronavirus. Scientists and healthcare workers are working on developing new vaccines that are safe and take less time to develop. They are trying to elucidate various target sites on 2019-nCov that could act as potential candidates for adequate vaccine preparation. Besides this, there is also a need for proper community involvement to elicit the coronavirus disease by taking preventive measures and spreading awareness. In this review, we have focused on how scientists can develop vaccines against new variants and convince the public about vaccine acceptance at the community level. This manuscript reviews Strategies for Covid-19 Vaccination Development, Strategies for Covid-19 Vaccination Acceptance, and Community Engagement in Covid-19 Vaccination plans.

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Published

2023-02-09

How to Cite

Tzenios, N., Chahine, M., & Tazanios, M. (2023). Better Strategies For Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination. Special Journal of the Medical Academy and Other Life Sciences., 1(2). https://doi.org/10.58676/sjmas.v1i2.11

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