WHO Report Reveals Vaccine Prevented Nearly 900 Deaths In Malta


A report by the World Health Organisation, WHO, has revealed that the COVID vaccinations in Malta have saved the lives of 860 people over the age of 60.



This was revealed by Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne via Twitter, who added that the WHO report also revealed that in Europe, the vaccine managed to save roughly 470,000 lives.



This came after a study was conducted by the WHO European Office alongside the Centre for Disease Control, ECDC.



Roughly 1.5 million people infected with the virus have died in Europe since December 2019.



In other COVID news, those aged 50 and over may register for the booster shot from Monday 29 November.