In Europe, cases of contamination with COVID-19 variants are increasing rapidly. The growing power of the pandemic worries world health officials. This Wednesday, officials during a press conference World Health Organization had made a point of warning European countries, however, of the best vaccines, on the danger of an early lifting of recent measures of restrictions. During his press briefing, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stated that ” The world has reached a dangerous point in this pandemic. ».
4 million deaths recorded from COVID-19
« We have just passed the tragic milestone of 4 million COVID-19 deaths recorded “, declared the Director-General of WHO, Tedros Ghebreyesus. But besides that, grew ” With rapidly evolving forms and shocking vaccination injustices in many countries in all regions of the world, we are seeing a sharp increase in cases and hospitalizations “. So many signs that made Dr. ghebreyesus What ” The world has reached a dangerous point in this pandemic “. For the director of WHO, it is now or never to think of collective action against the pandemic. Inclusive action and regional or continental policies.
« From an ethical, epidemiological or economic point of view, the time has come for the world to come together to fight this pandemic collectively. This is another important opportunity for leaders to take immediate action to end the acute phase of this pandemic, by providing the funds needed to increase equitable manufacturing and distribution of health equipment. “. A claim that was raised, again this Wednesday, Michael Ryan, epidemiologist and emergency chief of the World Health Organization.
More practical, Dr. ryan He urged countries to exercise extreme caution while lifting COVID-19 restrictions so that ” Not to lose profit made (…) “. with ” There has been a 33 percent increase in infections in the European region in the past week The leaders had cause for concern. According to the European press, the epidemiologist’s comments come as the United Kingdom said it was preparing to end a number of COVID-19 restrictions on July 19, despite the acceleration of delta-type infections around the world. .