Many countries have begun to ease restrictive measures to minimize the spread of the coronavirus, but the WHO warns that this policy may increase the pandemic.
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The head of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned that ” the worst is yet to come ” regarding the coronavirus pandemic, after many countries have begun to relax restrictive measures to minimize the spread of this disease.
The official reiterated his call for unity and global solidarity because in this way we should not be afraid of the pandemic. Otherwise, he said, “the worst may be yet to come,” because “politics is capable of fueling the pandemic.”
Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the WHO warned of the danger of the coronavirus “from day one” and that he is hopeful because “now we can prevent that disaster” because “we have technology” that did not exist a century ago.
In his report to the media, the WHO director did not specify why he believes the outbreak that has infected at least 2.43 million people and killed more than 166,000 could worsen, but some experts highlight the possible increase in infections. in countries in Africa with the least developed health systems.