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Worst of Covid-19 yet to come, WHO warns

The WHO assures that it is not time to lower your arms or when some countries report a drop in infections
The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned this April 20 to the international community that the Covid-19 pandemic is far from over and, on the contrary, “the worst is yet to come ”

Without specifically mentioning the reasons behind his statements, Ghebreyesus declared from Geneva, the headquarters of the international organization:

“Believe us, the worst is yet to come (…) Let’s prevent this tragedy. It is a virus that many people still do not understand. ”
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
Most specialists show concern about what may happen on the African continent, where up to now there have not been too many cases of the disease, but also where the public health systems are more fragile compared to other areas, which could cause very high mortality rates.

WHO never lied to the United States, warns its director
In another topic, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus referred to the United States’ accusations about the lack of a timely alert that would reduce the spread of Covid-19 around the world.

“From the first day, nothing has been hidden from the United States,” the Ethiopian doctor and diplomat emphatically declared, days after President Donald Trump announced that they would stop financing the entity dependent on the United Nations Organization ( UN), adding:

“There are no secrets at the WHO. Because if we keep secret or confidential information it is dangerous ”.
Tedros Adhanom GhebreyesusThe United States is the country with the worst management of the pandemic in the world, and as a result of its late actions it now leads, by far, the cases of confirmed and dead infections.

Data from Johns Hopkins University indicate that the number of cases is at least 759,000, although some 71,000 have already recovered from the disease. As for the dead, the figure rose to 40,683, almost a quarter of all those reported worldwide.

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