The world health organization predicts that a pandemic of the coronavirus will not develop waves. As reported Reuters, this was on July 28, said at the briefing, the representative of the who, Margaret Harris.
In particular, she noted that “people still think about the times of the year,” but this is a new virus which “behaves differently”. According to Harris, the coronavirus is not like the flu, which is distributed seasonally.
“It will be one big wave, [incidence] will then grow, then decline,” predicts Harris.
Flash coronavirus infection began at the end of 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. By 28 July in the world is confirmed by more than 16.5 million cases, of which 654 thousand were fatal. More than 9.6 million cases have recovered.
The who stressed that the coronavirus will be dangerous until they invent a vaccine. Currently about 160 test potential vaccines.