Although Kovid-19 is gaining popularity in various parts of the world, the World Health Organization (WHO) feels it is possible to defeat the virus. In a virtual briefing on Monday (26 October), the head of the company, Tedros Adnom Gabrias, said that the situation should not be abandoned.
Coronavirus has killed more than 1.1 million people so far. Meanwhile, corona infections are increasing worldwide, especially in Europe and the Americas. The question of epidemic control has led to disappointment among people.
The head of the World Health Organization believes that such frustration and exhaustion is realistic. But you don’t have to wait for it. “The situation is tough,” he said. Exhaustion is also realistic. But we cannot give up. ‘
Gabriesis called on world leaders to strike a balance between barriers to human life and livelihoods. “If leaders act quickly, it will be possible to control the virus,” he said.
The remarks came a day after White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows expressed his government’s reluctance to control the outbreak of Corona in the United States.
On Sunday (October 25) at CNN’s State of the Union event, moderator Jake Tapper contacted Meadows to learn why the United States has not been able to control the epidemic. In response, he said, “Because it is an infectious virus like fever.” He said that the Trump administration is prioritizing mitigation, not virus control. Controlling We are not controlling the epidemic. We have to control the fact that we get vaccines, therapy or any other antidote. ‘
Gabriasis, however, warned that the withdrawal of coronavirus control efforts could have “terrible” consequences.
Michael Ryan, head of emergency management for the World Health Organization, said: “It is important to address the effects of the pandemic, but efforts to defeat the virus cannot be abandoned.”