The world in midst of a deadly disease’s as W.H.O and partners work tirelessly in tracking the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.
it’s no longer a news that the deadly virus (corona virus) has become the highlights of year 2020 leading to mass lost of finance’s, jobs, opportunities, business, and lifes.
However how accessible is the vaccines to African nations and the chances of curbing another lockdown in African countries.
In the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Africa continents has been rated low in possessions of this disease’s despite the low rate of the virus in African continent government of different African countries has continue on it’s lockdown of their nations in a bid of preventing its escalation of this pandemic, a vaccine preventing corona virus in human as never been produce for several year’s, after the various was detected in December 2019 the world health organization estimated a total amount of US$8 billion to develop more finding’s on vaccines to prevent this virus, in a bid to fast tracks the solution to the world health systems multinationals company’s and countries form alliance in finding solution to man’s problem.
The PFizer/BioNTech vaccine’s emerge successfully use and authorize by the US food and drug after several trials and research a successful collaboration between the US pharmaceutical giants and the German biotechnology company offer up 95% protection and the first covid-19 vaccines to be approved by the US regulator’s, as the the distribution of the vaccines spread across continent’s and nations of the world, African continents is not left out as the vaccines is only limited and available to health care personal and resident’s of long term care facilities, the vaccines which will soon be made available to African by the second quarter of 2021 there’s needs for African countries to curbed second wave of COVID-19 so as to gradually heal the nations of the wounds, loss Damages , already in existence in year 2020.
THE NEED TO CURB ANOTHER WAVE OF COVID-19
With many youths in African nations already made unemployed by this deadly pandemic this has increase rape, and other criminal activities in the continents due to the stay indoor scenario, the inability of most government’s in African nations to cater for its people should be consider in curbing another wave of this pandemic, the world Bank predict African most populated country set for its worst recession in four decades 27% of Nigerian labour force (over 21 million Nigeria’s) are unemployed as a result of its earlier lockdown being exercise in the country.
African economy have crippled massively and has cause much Damage’s in year 2020 its been consider as the worst continent with a poor economic record by the world Bank, due to the lockdown experience by various countries in African, the irredeemable loses is yet to be recover which could get worsen if another lockdown is being exercise in any part of the country.
The presidential ordered for a lock down in various African countries as made most private organisation laid off workers and few that remained had their staff salaries slashed, the media house was not left out, hotels was not left out the prize of goods across countries in African nation skyrocketed many essential goods and service’s due to buying and hoarding as supplies cannot meet demand.
As the world economy stops there’s need for African nations to pick it’s own Rubble’s and help its citizens by giving out relief fund’s and much other’s.
The impact of the pandemic on African economy has been negative with African economy declining by 5:2% year on year in quarter 2 of 2020 as lockdown measures is taken to steam the spread of the pandemic the effect of countries economy should as well be prioritise,
If another lockdown is been exercise in the coming year chances of investment, rise in unemployment and criminal activities will reach its peak in various countries as youths in nations will be subjected to negative brutal and unimaginable means of survival.
NEED FOR A COME BACK IN 2021
Even before the pandemic economic growth of African nations is low and worrisome to local and foreign investor’s, the current challenges being face by cooperatives will continue to dampened on the recovery expected
There’s need for a return to positive economy growths in African Nations and decline considering another lockdown, its likely to happen in year 2021