The World Health Organization (WHO) epidemiologist Maria Van Kerkhove has drawn attention to the outbreak of the coronavirus in various parts of the world this Thursday, for example in South Korea, Singapore or Wuhan, the city from which COVID-19 originates. and asked the countries to be “prepared” for possible resurrections.
Although he stated that the causes of the outbreaks are different in every case, it is “really important” that these countries have “systems to quickly identify the virus and start tracking contacts”.
“And they never gave in. This is a lesson for all countries. The virus likes to find ways to reappear and gain,” he said in an interview with CNN. “And we all have to be prepared for that,” he said.
In addition, Van Kerkhove asked that “everyone on the planet” have access to a possible coronavirus vaccine. “We have to make sure that everyone on the planet has access (to the vaccine),” he said.