WHO chief warns that the Delta variant of Corona can be very dangerous and is changing quickly

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Gebreyesus stated that no country is safe from danger

The dangers of the delta variant are real and they are changing over time, so it must be monitored closely. He stated that the delta variant has been discovered in at least 98 countries.

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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (World Health Organization) Director-General warned that the world was in a very dangerous phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Its delta-like forms, which are more contagious, are changing constantly and are more likely to spread. He stated that hospitals have seen an increase in the number of patients admitted from countries where fewer people have been vaccinated. A news conference was held on Friday to discuss the fact that “the delta-like type is more contagious” and is now spreading in many countries. This is not all. We are also in a very dangerous stage of this epidemic.

Gebreyesus claimed

that no country is in danger. The dangers of the delta form are real and they are changing rapidly, so you need to keep an eye on it. He claimed that the delta virus has been discovered in at most 98 countries. The virus is rapidly spreading in countries that have received fewer vaccines. He stated that “public health and social measures like strict surveillance, screening early detection, isolation, and medical treatment is still important.”

According to the WHO Director-General,

it is important to wear masks and maintain social distance. He asked the world’s leaders to unite to ensure that 70 percent of every country receives the anti-Covid-19 shot by next year.

He said that this was the best way to end the disease, save lives, rebuild the global economy and prevent the development of new dangerous forms. It is possible. We urge leaders to get at least 10 percent vaccinations by the end of September. According to the WHO, the Delta form, which was first identified in India, has been found in more than 100 countries.

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