WHO: ‘The worst is yet to come’ – Health

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“The worst is yet to come. I’m sorry to say it but with this environment and in these conditions, we fear the worst. A divided world helps the virus spread.” This was stated by WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in the usual briefing on Covid-19. “From the beginning we said to quarantine the politicization of the pandemic and to remain united because the virus is fast and kills and can exploit the divisions between us. Our message does not concern any country in particular but concerns the whole world “, reiterated the director.

“Six months have passed since the WHO received the first reports of pneumonia outbreaks from the unknown cause in China. Six months ago none of us could have imagined how our life would have been turned upside down. The pandemic brought out the best and the worst of humanity. ” This was stated by the director general of the UN agency, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, in the usual briefing on the coronavirus. “This anniversary coincides with the achievement of the 10 million cases of Covid-19 in the world”, he said recalling that “in the last six months the WHO and its partners have worked tirelessly to help all countries prepare and respond to the new virus”.

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