The world health organization considers the pandemic coronavirus infection has not reached the peak. This was stated by speaker of the who Dr. Margaret Harris at a briefing April 14. A fragment of her speech was published by the Agency Reuters.
Harris noted that about 90% of the world’s cases of infection with coronavirus is in Europe and the United States, “so of course we have not yet reached the peak.”
She added that you should not rely on the imminent appearance of the vaccine. According to forecasts, Harris, an effective vaccine will appear within 12 months or even later. In this regard, it urged the governments of the States will not abolish quarantine measures too early.
The speaker who added that the organization is developing guidance for member States, which lists six items under which you can start easing of restrictive measures. The main points is monitored whether the transmission of the virus in the country, said Harris.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in December 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. According to data from the American Johns Hopkins University on April 14, coronavirus infection in the world were infected 1.94 million people. The number of victims COVID-19 reached 121,7 thousand, recovered 465 thousand.