WHO director ‘very worried’ about increasing Covid cases

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    Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said 'now is not the time for complacency' despite new vaccine news because of the surge in cases in Europe and the Americas.

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    Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stated vaccine news was ‘encouraging’ however not factor to end up being ‘complacent’ (Picture: WHO, Getty Images)

    The World Health Organisation director stated that now ‘is not the time for complacency’ regardless of current favorable advancements in coronavirus vaccines.

    Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus resolved an interview and stated that although there is ‘encouraging news’ coming out he is ‘extremely concerned’ about the rise in cases in Europe and the United States. 

    He stated: ‘This is not the time for complacency. While we continue to get motivating news about COVID-19 vaccines and stay meticulously positive about the capacity for brand-new tools to get here in the coming months. 

    ‘Right now we’re very worried by the rise in cases we are seeing in some nations, especially in Europe and the Americas. 

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    ‘Their health employees and their systems are being pressed to the snapping point. WHO has actually provided assistance and tools to increase capability for the medical and public health labor force and materials and centers to handle COVID-19 clients. 

    ‘At present WHO has 150 emergency situation medical groups helping nations in the preparation in the execution of their emergency situation actions. 

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    ‘WHO and partners are dealing with federal governments and health leaders to make sure that there is cover for health employees that are ill. 

    ‘That there suffice beds for COVID-19 clients and for necessary services to continue securely.

    ‘That there suffice masks, gloves and other protective devices, that federal governments have access to adequate tests, therapies and materials to manage need now. 

    ‘And that health systems will be ready when safe and effective vaccines are rolled out.’

    The UK has actually brought 5 million coronavirus vaccines made by US-led biotech company Moderna just hours after the business reported a 94.5% efficiency. 

    But due to the fact that the vaccine needs to be taken in 2 shots, it would just immunize two-and-a-half-million Brits. 

    The nation has actually likewise protected 40 million dosages of Pfizer’s vaccine which has actually reported a 90% efficiency. 

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