'Coronavirus peak yet to come', warns WHO
'Coronavirus peak yet to come', warns WHO

Geneva: World Health Organization (WHO) chief Dr. Tedros Adenum Ghebresius has once again warned the world over the corona virus. He has said that even though the epidemic of corona virus in Europe is getting reduced, but its situation is going to worsen globally. By next week, the number of corona infected may reach 10 million and the death toll may reach five lakh.

Talking to the European Parliament's Health Committee through video conferencing, Dr. Tedros said that the Geneva-based WHO has received reports regarding the number of corona infected over 9.2. According to the news agency Reuters, Dr. Tedros has warned the international community that the virus is still spreading. This is the time to make ourselves safe. It should not be lacking.

The former Ethiopian health minister said that the corona virus has spread from all over the world. At the same time, his vaccine could be discovered a year ago. It is clear that the former Health Minister of Ethiopia was hinting at China, but the WHO chief dismissed China's criticism on the issue. Dr. Tedros refuted the criticism that China did not timely warn other countries about the epidemic. He said that it was not possible to compare the response to something.

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