The epidemic of coronavirus in the world continues to gain momentum, and its effects can last for decades, warned of the organization.
The world continues to gain momentum pandemic coronavirus. This was stated by the head of the who tedros adhanom Ghebreysus on a virtual health forum on Monday, June 22.
“This pandemic is still growing. And we know that the pandemic is much heavier than just a crisis in health care. It is also the economic crisis, and social crisis, and in many countries – and even political crisis. Its effects will be felt for decades,” said Gebreyesus.
Earlier, the who announced record daily number of infections by coronavirus. On the eve of the COVID-19 diagnosed more than 183 thousand people, mostly in North and South America.
Also, who stated about worsening of the situation with coronavirus in Europe. The rate of new infections is at around 17-20 thousand cases per day on average for the European region.
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