Coronavirus will never be eradicated: the World Health Organization

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The risk of coronavirus is increasing day by day. The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a warning regarding this epidemic. It has been said that the coronavirus will never be eradicated from us. Michael Ryan, the World Health Organization’s director of emergency problems, made the point at an online press conference in Geneva. Like other viruses, the coronavirus is unlikely to be permanently destroyed, he said.

Michael Ryan gave the example of the HIV virus. The virus has not yet been eradicated. According to Michael Ryan, without vaccines, it can take years for the general population to develop immunity to the disease. Experiments are underway to develop nearly 100 vaccines worldwide on COVID 19. However, scientists around the world fear that no one can predict when the vaccine will be developed.

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Countries around the world are now beginning to relax in the lockdown. However, this will help speed up the spread of the coronavirus, said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the World Health Organization. “Many countries are resorting to different ways to get out of the current lockdown situation,” he said.

Corona continues to plague 212 countries around the world. There are more than 4.4 million patients with corona worldwide. The number of victims due to corona has gone up to 297000. In the last 24 hours, 88,202 new corona cases have been reported and 5314 people have died in the last 24 hours.

The death toll from the deadly coronavirus has risen to 2, 97,765 worldwide, according to Worldometer. It is reassuring that 1657716 patients have been cured worldwide. 72 percent of the world’s coronary arteries are in only ten countries. There are about 3.2 million corona patients in these ten countries alone.

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