WHO calls on Europe to prepare for a new wave of COVID-19
Hans Kluge, director of the Regional Office of the World Health Organization for Europe, called on the continent to prepare for a new wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
It is reported by The Independent.
“I am very concerned that in the fall we may have a second wave of COVID-19 disease and another – seasonal flu and measles,” said Kluge.
As noted, he stressed that due to the likelihood of a new wave of coronaviruses, European countries should exercise caution in canceling quarantine activities.
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It has been reported that the World Health Organization has declared that COVID-19 could become one of the constant human diseases that will never go away.
Mike Ryan, executive director of the WHO health emergency management program, even if a vaccine is found, fighting the virus will require “enormous effort”.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru