The Director General of the world health organization tedros adhanom Ghebreyesus warned at a press briefing on 20 April in Geneva that the situation with the pandemic coronavirus worst is yet to come. Briefing video published on the YouTube channel of the organization.
“Believe me: the worst is yet to come. Let’s prevent this tragedy. Many people still do not understand what this virus,” said the Ghebreyesus.
Some developed countries, which initially made the wrong conclusions about the coronavirus, is in trouble, said the head of the who.
Of ghebreyesus said the international community should consider the coronavirus as the “common enemy of mankind” and to act in solidarity.
“If we don’t unite, the virus will stay with us for a long time to kill more lives,” – said the head of the organization.
He also called to treat each victim as an individual and not to reduce everything to statistics.
“When you say “100 000 [victims],” for many it can be just numbers that mean nothing. But I urge to think that these 100 000 – somebody’s mother, somebody’s father, somebody’s daughter and somebody’s son. These are real people. Let’s not turn them into numbers,” said the Director General of the who.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. According to data from the American Johns Hopkins University, coronavirus in the world has infected more than 2.49 million, 171 thousand of them died, 656 thousand recovered. Among the coronavirus-affected countries – USA, Spain, Italy, France, Germany and the UK.
In late March, Ghebreyesus said the coronavirus pandemic is a global crisis that requires a global response, no one country can solve this problem alone. In his opinion, without the common efforts of all world community the victims of the coronavirus may be millions of people.