WHO's big statement on Tablighi Jamaat corona case
WHO's big statement on Tablighi Jamaat corona case

New Delhi: The World Health Organization (WHO) has advised not to classify coronavirus patients in the name of religion or race. In the WHO's virtual press conference on Monday, Michael Ryan, executive director of the organization's Health Disaster Program, said, "If someone gets infected with the coronavirus, there is nothing wrong with it."

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He further stated that patients infected with Coronavirus should not be classified on the basis of race, religion or opinion. He said this while replying to an Indian correspondent in response to a question regarding the spread of corona in abundance after the Tablighi Jamaat program from Nizamuddin Markaz of Delhi. Michael Ryan further stated that the WHO is in touch with Islamic and other religious leaders and is discussing them to postpone the religious event.

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Looking at the corona, guidelines are also being prepared regarding the month of Ramadan. Ryan has condemned the incidents of attacks on health workers in India as unacceptable. He said that such attacks should not be tolerated on doctors engaged in service of people and strict action should be taken on them.

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