Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director General, insisted that there are no shortcuts to get out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The world will not restore “old normality in the foreseeable future”. warned the World Health Organization (WHO) in the voice of its Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
The statement came only a day after it was reported. 230,000 new infections with COVID-19, Given what the manager insisted there were no shortcuts to get out of the pandemic.
Efforts should focus on using the tools that are now available to suppress transmission and save lives while waiting for a vaccine to develop or for the disease to heal.
At a press conference, Tedros Ghebreyesus explained what will be the key in the near future to get as close as possible to life before the coronavirus. “There is a roadmap for a situation in which we can control the disease and continue with our lives. We need to find a sustainable situation in which we can adequately control this virus without completely closing our lives or being in detention on the other hand”.
The director generates the WHO, which explains the three things required to achieve this scenario:
- Reduce mortality and suppress transmission.
- Strong governance and communication.
- An empowered and committed community that takes individual steps to protect the entire community.