It seems that this is just beginning, despite the fact that a period of more than 80 days as a home security has been completed in many countries, activities are resuming in others. This is because the economic crisis is wreaking havoc on millions of families but The WHO warns of the virus and makes it clear that the worst is yet to come.
This was reported by Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who is director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Emphasizing that the worst is yet to come, due to the crisis that is being experienced both on a health and economic level. His words were clear:
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– Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) June 29, 2020
“With this type of environment and conditions, we fear the worst.”
“Six months have passed since the outbreak of the new coronavirus and the pandemic is far from over,” he said.
According to the BBC, the world has a record of more than 10 million infections by coronavirus, of which half a million have already lost their lives. Not to mention that in Latin America, the record of infections has already been broken. Although initially the United States and Europe were practically the focus, now the positive figures in Brazil, Chile and Mexico are increasing.
In particular, Mexico is one of the most criticized countries, which has returned to carrying out non-essential activities, arguing that the New Normal, in which, it should be noted, few comply with preventive measures. In fact, WHO experts will go to China, To investigate the virus and although there are advances in the vaccine, there is also no guarantee that it will work.
“Six months ago, no one could have imagined how our world – and our lives – would change so much with this new virus,” said the WHO director.
“We all want it to end, we all want to return to our lives, but the harsh reality is that we are nowhere near this end,” he explained.
“Although many countries have made progress, globally the pandemic is accelerating.” “Most people are still susceptible (to getting it); the virus still has a lot of room to move around.”
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