The head of the world health organization (who), Tedros Adan Ghebreyesus, said that the presence of coronavirus in people’s lives is becoming commonplace. His words are quoted by the China Daily.
“The main issue to be faced by all countries in the coming months — how to live with the virus? This is the new norm,” he said.
According to Gebreyesus, “we all want this to be over”, but the pandemic is in reality far from complete. He added that in six months, many countries have made significant progress in the fight against COVID-19. These results, however, are not globally improve the situation, but the development of a vaccine does not guarantee instant disappearance of the virus.
The head of the who also noted that the spread of the coronavirus at the global level is accelerating.
Earlier it became known that the world health organization is sent to China a second team to investigate the origin COVID-19. The group will focus on clarification of the causes of the pandemic.
The first cases of the new virus have been recorded in the Chinese city of Wuhan at the end of 2019. According to the latest data in the world has infected more than 10.4 million people, almost 510 thousand of them died.
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