CEO of World Health Organization (OMS), Tedros Adhanom GhebreyesusHe assured today that the world is “never near the end”. Epidemic from COVID-19“, the lowest number of deaths since last week Corona virus From March 2020 onwards.
“We are not there yet, but the end of the epidemic is in sight,” Tedros stressed at his weekly press conference, in which he urged efforts to fight the virus not to stop. COVID-19Because “a marathon runner doesn’t stop when he starts to see the finish line”.
“To stop now is to put many more species at risk,” Tedros stressed Corona virusMore deaths, more problems and more uncertainty”.
To help with this “ultimate stretch,” Tedros announced OMS It has today published a consultation plan for national health policies, “based on the last 32 months of evidence on what works best to save lives, protect health networks and avoid disruptions to the economy and society”.
Invested in the recommendations mentioned by Tedros Vaccination Continuity of tests, especially in risk groups Corona virus In the laboratory to control possible new variants and improvements in healthcare systems. (EFE)
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