'Corona Virus is not tired of us but We are', says WHO Chief
Speaking at the WHO's main annual gathering, Tedros said this, he also supported the new US President Joe Biden and hoped that it would lead to global cooperation to end the pandemic.
New Delhi: Many countries have been put on lockdown again due to rising cases of corona epidemic. While no vaccine has been made so far. On Monday, World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhom Grabesius has warned the world about Kovid-19. Tedros said, 'Even though we are tired of fighting the epidemic, the virus is not yet tired.
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Speaking at the WHO's main annual gathering, Tedros said this, he also supported the new US President Joe Biden and hoped that it would lead to global cooperation to end the pandemic. For those who follow science, he said that it is important not to turn away from the threat of viruses. We may be tired of covid-19, but it is not tired of us.
We are tired but Virus is not:
After coming out of exile, Tedros said that the virus preys on vulnerable people. We cannot interact with it, nor close our eyes and hope that it will go away. He said, 'It pays no attention to political rhetoric or conspiracy theories. Our only hope is science, solutions and solidarity. '
In the countries affected by Corona, there are more than 57 lakh 63 thousand active cases in America. While India is at the second place in the list of most affected countries. More than 85 lakh people have been infected by the corona here so far and more than one lakh 26 thousand have died.According to one information, the country most affected by this infection has been America. , More than 26,000 cases were reported and more than 1,000 people died.