The World Health Organization holds a press rundown on the coronavirus pandemic

The World Health Organization holds a press briefing on the coronavirus pandemic

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The World Health Organization is holding a rundown Thursday on the coronavirus pandemic, which has actually contaminated more than 27.8 million individuals around the world and eliminated a minimum of 904,300 individuals, according to information assembled by Johns Hopkins University.

Earlier today, the WHO cautioned that “this will not be the last pandemic” which the world need to be much better ready “when the next pandemic comes.”

The United Nations health company released its weekly report on the state of the pandemic previously today, stating that brand-new cases reported worldwide increased compared to the week prior, however brand-new Covid-19 deaths dropped a little. The infection is spreading out most quickly in Southeast Asia, the WHO stated, including that Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean are likewise reporting an increase in brand-new cases.

The Americas “continues to carry the highest burden of the disease globally,” the WHO stated, keeping in mind that the U.S. and Brazil represent almost 75% of all Covid-19 cases in the area. 

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