The vaccination in developed countries has been definitely a success – the wheels of the world economy are spinning again, albeit not at a full speed. Remote working has proved to be a success and a lifesaver at the times of pandemic yet travel and hospitality industries are still struggling. Large professional conventions are still on hold and business travel has not resumed to pre-pandemic level. So far this a mix of good news with things that could be better off. Yet there are far worse aspects of the pandemic that are still with us – virus mutations and sorry state of affaires in developing countries where pandemic is raging on. The developing world has been left on mercy of Russian and Chinese vaccines, untested and notoriously inefficient. The World Health Organization (WHO), not a particularly efficient and trustworthy UN agency at the best times, is headed by a Chinese stooge covering up the role of Chinese government in leaking the virus into the world.