The Vaccination gap makes poorer nations vulnerable

Covid-19 cases are far-spreading in countries that fall behind in vaccinating their population. The gap between the cases of infection is found to be very large between the wealthy and poor nations. Surveys denote that one-third of the world’s countries that have not given the first dose of Covid vaccines to their people accounts for the highest rate of infection.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for a moratorium on Covid-19 vaccine boosters until at least 10% of the population in every country gets vaccinated. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus have mentioned the importance of giving emphasis to poor countries as the majority of the vaccines go to people of high-income countries while poor countries are often neglected.
The Delta variant of the virus is considered fast-spreading and is making unvaccinated individuals sicker. However, it is less prevalent and less hazardous among vaccinated people.