WHO On Covid-19 Pandemic: The war is going on all over the world due to Corono Pandemic (COVID-19 Pandemic). Meanwhile, a good news has come about Corona. World Health Organization (WHO) chief Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus expressed hope that the end of this deadly epidemic is now near. He said on Wednesday that the world has never looked better than this to end this epidemic.
Along with this, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has also warned and said that negligence towards it can be fatal. He appealed to the countries of the world to be vigilant and continue their efforts to deal with the corona virus.
end of pandemic near
World Health Organization chief Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that we have never been in a better position to end the corona epidemic. We are not there yet, but the end is near. However, he also said that the world needs to take steps to take advantage of this opportunity. If we do not take advantage of this opportunity now, then we will be at risk of increasing more variants of the virus, more deaths and more problems.
Near the finish line?
The WHO chief said that the efforts made to stop the Kovid-19 epidemic are like marathon runners nearing the finish line. This will be the worst time to stop running against Corona now. He said that now is the time to work hard and ensure that we cross the line and move towards tackling this pandemic completely with our hard work and efforts.
Global healthcare was affected
After the corona epidemic was seen in the Wuhan region of China in the year 2020, this virus had spread rapidly all over the world. COVID was declared an international emergency. To prevent the spread of the disease, a lockdown was imposed in and around March 2020 along with many other countries including India.
Coronavirus has shaken mankind all over the world. The virus has killed more than 6.5 million people since the start of the pandemic in 2019. At the same time, 606 million people were infected. The global healthcare and economies of many countries were crippled due to the Kovid-19 pandemic.
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