WHO head warns that the current pandemic is not the last

(ORDO NEWS) — So far, the number of cases of coronavirus infection is growing, although the world has changed significantly over the year: vaccines have appeared, health organizations have developed advice on treatment. The head of the WHO, Tedros Adan Ghebreyesus, shared his vision of the development of the situation.

World history says that pandemics are part of human life, so other outbreaks of disease should be expected in the future. It is hard to imagine that back in early 2020, the coronavirus was completely unfamiliar to people. In just 12 months, the life of mankind has turned upside down.

The infection has had a significant impact on society, medicine and the economy. There are both positive and negative aspects. The first is that due to the epidemic, the quality of medical care has reached a new level.

Tedros Adan Ghebreyesus specifically noted the close relationship between human health, animals and the planet. The world’s elite must take into account the interactions of people with animals, as well as objectively assess the threats associated with climate change.

As of December 27, more than 80 million people fell ill with coronavirus, of which 1.7 million died.


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