The head of the World Health Organization-WHO has warned that “the worst is yet ahead people” in the coronavirus outbreak, elevating new alarm bells approximately the pandemic just as many nations are beginning to ease restrictive measures.
WHO head warns worst of virus is still ahead
World Health Organization[WHO] Director-referred to as Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus didn’t specify exactly why he believes that the outbreak that has inflamed nearly 2.5 million humans and killed over 166,000, consistent with figures compiled by way of Johns Hopkins university, should get worse.
According to World Health Organization-WHO, a few humans, though, have pointed to the in all likelihood destiny spread of the illness via Africa, wherein health structures are a long way less evolved. Tedros alluded to the so-called Spanish flu in 1918 as a reference for the coronavirus outbreak.
“It has a very dangerous combination and this is happening … like the 1918 flu that killed up to 100 million people,” he told reporters in Geneva.
“But now we have technology, we can prevent that disaster, we can prevent that kind of crisis.”
“Trust us. The worst is yet ahead of us,” he said. “Let’s prevent this tragedy. It’s a virus that many people still don’t understand.”