The World Health Organization stated that 4.4 million new cases of COVID-19 were recorded worldwide last week. This also makes the pollution numbers spike in the seventh week in a row. Despite all the cheering reports about vaccination campaigns, the World Health Organization’s warning is harsh: “The global Corona pandemic is still growing exponentially.”
“We also want to see societies and economies open up, and travel and trade resume,” said WHO director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, but infections rose this week for the seventh week in a row. And this is despite 700 million vaccine doses that have already been administered worldwide. Intensive care services are still overwhelmed in many countries, and people are still dying en masse. This is totally avoidable. “
In England, A complete lockoutToday’s measures relaxed. An example of “the confusion, complacency and inconsistency in health regulations that prolong this pandemic,” says Tedros. According to him, it could take “months before the global situation gets under control” in this way.
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