WHO researcher cautions world is at ‘really dangerous’ phase as Covid cases increase

WHO scientist warns world is at 'very risky' stage as Covid cases rise

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The world requires to increase efforts to fight Covid-19 — and nations need to not let their guard down, the World Health Organization’s primary researcher alerted Monday as coronavirus cases around the globe rise.

“We’re at a very risky period,” stated Dr. Soumya Swaminathan of the World Health Organization. “We need to double down, this is not the period to let up.”

The WHO recently alerted that brand-new Covid-19 cases were increasing around the globe after 6 successive weeks of decreases. More than 2.6 million brand-new cases were reported in the recently of February, up 7% from the week in the past, according to the health company.

It included that the Eastern Mediterranean, Southeast Asia, Europe and the Americas each saw boosts of in between 6% and 14%.

Though the vaccines are increase for us in the country, we cannot let our guard down.

Julie Morita

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

“This is partly due to lockdown fatigue, you know. It’s due to people … perhaps becoming more casual because they think vaccines are on the way,” Swaminathan informed CNBC’s “Squawk Box Asia” on Monday. New versions might likewise play a part, she included.

“We need to … do everything we know that keeps these viruses in control, keep transmission down till we have enough vaccines,” she stated, cautioning that health-care systems might end up being overloaded once again.

“Health workers around the world are exhausted, they’ve been fighting this now for over a year,” she included.

Other health specialists have actually likewise revealed that it’s not time to get contented.

Julie Morita, executive vice president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, stated it is necessary to acknowledge that infections, hospitalizations and deaths are still high, even if they have actually fallen from their peaks in the U.S.

“It is still necessary for us to wear our masks, to do the social distancing, to avoid large crowds, while we’re getting vaccinated,” she informed CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” on Monday.

“Though the vaccines are ramping up for us in the nation, we cannot let our guard down,” she stated. “It’s way too early to be relaxing.”

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