COVID-19: WHO warning about coronavirus epidemic, worse times are coming

COVID-19: WHO warning about coronavirus epidemic, worse times are coming


World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned of the coronavirus epidemic that “an even worse time is yet to come.” He said that the people throughout the world is about to see a worse form of the epidemic that has arisen from this virus. Talking to the media in Geneva, he said that there are some countries that have started imposing restrictions.


The WHO director, however, did not say why he was finding the situation worse. But it is believed that now the situation in the continent of Africa can be uncontrollable due to which the number of deaths can increase manifold. On the other hand, European countries and the United States are preparing to relax restrictions. But the WHO has appealed to all countries of the world to take precautions.

Tedros compared the Coronavirus infection to the Spanish flu of 1918, saying, ‘This is a very dangerous situation and it is happening … like the 1918 flu, which caused about one crore deaths.’ He further said that the panic no need, we have the technology, we can avoid this disaster, we can avoid that kind of crisis. ”Tedros said,“ Trust, the worst is yet to come. So focus on preventing disaster. ‘

Nothing is hidden from us: WHO Director Tedros A. Ghebreyesus said that from the beginning the WHO has been warning of the threat of the coronavirus that COVID-19 is the devil and we all have to fight together. At the same time, in the context of America, Tedros said that nothing has been hidden from America since the first day regarding the coronavirus.

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