Coronavirus, the first vaccine study has started: there is hope for the WHO

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Coronavirus, the first vaccine study has started: there is hope for the WHO

“The first study on Coronavirus vaccine it started, just 60 days after sharing the coronavirus genetic sequence. This is an incredible achievement. We congratulate researchers from all over the world who came together to systematically evaluate experimental therapy. “Said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organization.

“There is hope, there are many things that countries can do”

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Currently the WHO certifies more than 200,000 cases of contagion and more than 8,000 deaths but more than 80% of all cases come from two regions: Europe and Asia-Pacific. Africa is the region with the lowest number of cases, 233, but there may be undiagnosed cases, explains the WHO.

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And while theItaly touch the new record of contagion cases Although heartened by the slowdown in new cases, governments across Europe are taking steps to stop the pandemic.

In UK the number of coronavirus deaths rose to 104 out of a total of 2,626 confirmed cases of infection.

In France the number of infections increased by 1,097 cases in 24 hours, reaching 7,730 people; 175 dead, 27 deaths in the past 24 hours.

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Over the ocean in the United States 6184 cases of coronavirus infection are certified while deaths have risen to 112. Meanwhile Trump has decided to send a hospital ship to New York City to help the city cope with the coronavirus emergency, another will be sent to an undetermined location on the west coast of the United States.

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