Posted on: October 6, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0


The World Health Organization (WHO) on October 5 warned that the world is not yet out of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, even though many people think this pandemic is coming to an end.

According to Maria Van Kerkhove, head of the WHO’s Covid-19 expert group, in the past week, the world has recorded an additional 3.1 million new cases of Covid-19 and 54,000 deaths from this disease, but children The actual number is much higher.

“The situation is constantly changing. We still haven’t got this virus under control. We are not out of the pandemic yet, we are still in the middle of a pandemic. But even in the middle of a pandemic, we’re not entirely sure. Quite frankly, we didn’t use the tools we have today to get close to the exit,” Van Kerkhove said.

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According to a WHO expert, currently, in some cities around the world, intensive care beds (ICUs) and hospitals are full, many people are dying from Covid-19, but on the streets people acting as if the pandemic was over,” Kerkhove said.

According to statistics from official sources compiled by AFP, Covid-19 has killed at least 4.8 million people since its outbreak in December 2019.

Ms. Van Kerkhove also said that the number of deaths from Covid-19 today are mainly those who have not been vaccinated. “Based on the information provided by countries, hospitalizations and deaths from Covid-19 so far have mainly been among unvaccinated people,” Kerkhove said. She also criticized the misinformation and fake news about Covid-19 circulating on the internet.

This American expert said that the Covid-19 epidemic was finally under control. “But we will still have groups of people who have not been vaccinated, whether it is because they do not have access to vaccines or refuse to be vaccinated, or they are in the group that cannot be vaccinated, we will probably still have new outbreaks,” she said.

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