8 crore deaths in just 36 hours, WHO issues alert about world's most deadliest virus

Sep 19 2019 04:12 PM
8 crore deaths in just 36 hours, WHO issues alert about world's most deadliest  virus

Washington: The world is facing a huge challenge. This challenge will be a highly dangerous virus spreading in the air, which will spread throughout the earth within 36 hours of knocking. Due to this, eight crore people can be killed all over the world. The former head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued these alerts. They have called it the most deadly flu (virus) ever. WHO has also said to be ready for this.

According to experts, about a century ago in 1918, the Spanish Flu Pandemic infected one-third of the world's population. Five crore people died due to this flu. Now the flu that is about to knock is even more deadly than the Spanish flu. According to experts, this flu will also be more dangerous because in today's world, more and more people are travelling from one country to another in the world as compared to Spanish flu. In this sense, the flu will prove to be more dangerous than before and spread to the entire earth in just 36 hours.

The team of health experts of 'The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board', headed by the former Chief of the World Health Organization, has sent its report to the leaders of all the countries of the world to take necessary steps for rescue. The report released by the board on Wednesday said that the warning of this epidemic spreading across the world is real.

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