WHO Director: The World is Failing to Fight the Coronavirus
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The World Health Organization (WHO) calls the spread risk of the new coronavirus “very high” on a “global level”, but does not speak of a pandemic.

 

In that case, everyone in the world could potentially be exposed to the virus, and that’s not the case, says the WHO. At least 83,000 people worldwide became infected. More than 2800 died from the consequences.

More and more countries report cases of infection. The virus must, therefore, be “aggressively” tackled, said WHO CEO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Friday. He also announced that more than twenty vaccines are currently being worked on. The first results are expected “within a few weeks”.

The WHO stated in a report earlier that a large number of countries are not yet ready to implement the measures that can stop the spread of the virus.

In Hong Kong, a patient’s dog has also been quarantined. According to the authorities, the animal did not show any symptoms of the virus, but it did have nose and mouth symptoms.

Samples are taken from the dog to see if it is infected or if the animal has become ill in any other way. No evidence has yet been found that animals can become infected with the new corona virus.

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