close
Breaking news

A new line of argument has already come to dominate the public sphere: it’...read more The government has gone one step further to detect community spread of the coro...read more The government has issued an order to abolish the six allowances, including the...read more Aarogya Setu application launched by NIC is aimed to track COVID-19 affected pe...read more SEOUL| South Korea’s unemployment rate was unchanged in April as the coronavi...read more Amid the outbreak of Corona pandemic in the country, Indian government has been...read more Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the nation on Tuesday indicated ...read more Corona infection in the country is taking a macabre form. So far, more than 74 ...read more Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has written a letter to UP Chi...read more On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a package of Rs 20 lakh cror...read more

Corona Will Be With Us For Long : World Health Organisation

The World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Wednesday that the corona virus will remain with the human community for a long time. The United Nations Health Organization said that Africa, Central and parts of South America are witnessing dangerous trends at the onset of the epidemic. At the same time, its top official has advised not to hurry in removing the ban from travel worldwide. WHO Director General Tedros A. Gebreyes told reporters through a virtual briefing, “In many countries the epidemic is still in its early stages and where the epidemic started, cases have started appearing twice”. He added, “We have to go further and ensure that there are no mistakes. This virus will stay with us for a long time”.

On the other hand, WHO’s top emergency expert, Dr. Mike Ryan, cautioned that there should be no hurry to open up global travel. According to him risk management needs to be done carefully.

It is noteworthy that the WHO warned two days ago that the crisis related to the corona virus is going to get worse. They have alerted the world at a time when many countries have begun relaxing restrictions. However, the WHO chief did not explain why he felt that the virus crisis was going to be more serious.

Story Page

Download Our Mobile App