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Adar Poonawala Asks ‘What’s Going On’ On Booster Vaccine Shot Meme

| Updated: December 23, 2021 22:12

Serum Institute of India Chief Executive Adar Poonawalla on Thursday shared a meme video showing how countries are fighting the Omicron variant of coronavirus.

The video made by US-based Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, shows a boy (marked as a vaccine) fighting two men (marked as the Delta and Omicron variants of Covid-19).

As the vaccine secures win over one of the two men (Delta), another (Omicron) barges towards the boy. To overpower Omicron, the boy then uses a booster dose of the vaccine. The meme uses a clip from the movie Home Alone.

Video courtesy: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Sharing the clip on his Twitter account, Poonawala quips: ‘What is going on here?’  

Given the rise in cases owing to the Omicron variant, the countries are rushing to bring booster shots protocol. Israel, for instance, announced the plan to offer a fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to health workers and people older than 60.

In the United States, while the Delta variant remains dominant, Omicron is now estimated to represent about 3% of circulating cases, as per the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention. The country had in November extended the authorisation of Covid-19 vaccine boosters to all people aged 18 and older, six months after the completion of their primary vaccination series.

In India, too, the Omicron cases are rising fast. As per the Union Health Ministry data, the total number of Omicron cases in the country has risen to 236.

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