The Corona epidemic could be over in less than two years. World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros, Adhanom Gebreasus said at an event in Geneva on Friday that, it had taken two years for the 1918 Spanish flu to end.
The head of the WHO said, “With the advent of current advanced technology, the world will be able to stop the virus as soon as possible. However, the closer people get, the greater the risk of the virus spreading. At the same time, we have the technology and knowledge to stop it. The important thing for this is national unity and global solidarity.”
With the help of current advanced technology, the world will be able to stop the virus as soon as possible. However, the closer people get, the greater the risk of the virus spreading.At a ceremony in Geneva, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Gebreasus
According to BBC Online, a devastating epidemic shook the world in late 1918. It is ‘Spanish influenza’. The deadliest flu in human history has killed more than 50 million people. This is more than the number of people killed in the First World War.
About 8 lakh people have died of coronavirus infection so far. It has affected 2 crore 27 lakh people.
The Director General of the World Health Organization answered the question about corruption in Corona. Criticizing the corrupt, he said, “Any corruption is abandoned. Corruption related to personal protection equipment or PPE is like murder to me. Because, health workers who have worked without PPE have risked their lives. He risked the lives of those he served.”
During the Corona epidemic, widespread corruption in the health sector was reported in several countries, including South Africa.
Protests erupted in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, yesterday over alleged theft during the Corona. Health workers are protesting their demands for arrears of salary and lack of personal protective equipment.