Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization, has warned that it is too early to roll back corona testing and surveillance, and the World Health Organization has reported 15,668 deaths worldwide last time, one of the lowest rates since the epidemic began more than a year ago. two years, in a new statement.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s chief infectious disease expert, said he believes America has passed the epidemiological stage of the virus, as both cases and deaths in the United States remain low, with the country recording 54,840 daily infections and 363 deaths, according to the Daily newspaper. British miles.
He added, it appears that the Corona epidemic is about to end, with hospitalizations and deaths around the world a significant decrease in the number of cases and deaths, and even the likes of Dr. Anthony Fauci are saying that the United States may have passed that stage in the life of the virus, but the World Health Organization is still (WHO) Serious warnings are issued.
During a press conference, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization, warned that people still need to be weary of the virus, and that the decline in universal testing and coronavirus monitoring in many countries has left the world at risk of a resurgence..
On the same day, the World Health Organization also reported that 15,668 people worldwide have died from COVID-19 in a seven-day period, one of the lowest numbers since the pandemic first broke out in March 2020..
Fauci, the chief infectious disease expert in the United States of America and chief medical officer, confirmed that he believes America is past the stage of the virus pandemic, with case numbers and deaths still low..
America is currently recording 54,840 coronavirus cases per day, with the daily death toll down 14% over the past week, to 363 per day..
Tedros added, during a report published by the newspaper “Daily Mail”, that the retreat from the review of the epidemic data makes us increasingly blind to the patterns of transmission and development, but this virus will not disappear just because countries stop searching for it.
Across America, and in some parts of Europe, coronavirus testing and tracking has been drastically curtailed as officials move to divert funding that went to pandemic-related efforts elsewhere, the newspaper said..