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“The pandemic is far from over,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanum Gebresos said at a press conference in Geneva, adding that the organization is concerned about the increasing curve of HIV infection in Africa, eastern Europe, Latin America and some Asian countries.

He continued, “We have a long way to go and a lot of work.”

He added, according to the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, that a shortage of other disease vaccines has been reported in 21 countries due to the restrictions imposed on the borders as a result of the Corona pandemic.

He pointed out that “the number of cases of malaria may double in sub-Saharan Africa … This should not happen. We are working with countries to support it.”

The director of the World Health Organization considered that “the world had to listen” to the organization that warned of the new corona virus since the end of January, stressing that the world health authorities cannot force countries to implement their recommendations.

“The world had to listen attentively to the World Health Organization, because the global emergency was declared on January 30th,” with 82 HIV cases recorded outside China, but without a death count.

The organization is under severe criticism, especially from US President Donald Trump, who, earlier this month, suspended Washington’s funding of the agency after accusing it of underestimating the importance of the outbreak and getting closer to China, where the virus first appeared late last year. Note that Trump did not provide any evidence of his accusations.

Tedros insisted that the United Nations organization had, from the start, provided the right advice “based on the best scientific facts and evidence”.

But he stressed that the organization’s mandate does not authorize it “to impose on states to take up their recommendations.”

Tedros noted that countries had to “take all public health measures” when the organization on January 30 considered the emerging coronavirus to be “a state of extreme emergency”.

He said: “We advise the countries of the world to adopt a comprehensive approach to public health” through investigation, testing, isolation and tracking of contacts.

He stressed that the countries that followed the organization’s recommendations are in a “better position” than others, adding that “it is up to the states to reject or accept” the organization’s recommendations, stressing the need “for all states to shoulder their responsibilities.”

Covid-19 has resulted in more than 206,000 deaths and nearly three million injuries in the world, according to an AFP count Monday.

The United States recorded about 55,000 deaths, while approximately one million cases were recorded on its soil.

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“The pandemic is far from over,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanum Gebresos said at a press conference in Geneva, adding that the organization is concerned about the increasing curve of HIV infection in Africa, eastern Europe, Latin America and some Asian countries.

He continued, “We have a long way to go and a lot of work.”

He added, according to the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, that a shortage of other disease vaccines has been reported in 21 countries due to the restrictions imposed on the borders as a result of the Corona pandemic.

He pointed out that “the number of cases of malaria may double in sub-Saharan Africa … This should not happen. We are working with countries to support it.”

The director of the World Health Organization considered that “the world had to listen” to the organization that warned of the new corona virus since the end of January, stressing that the world health authorities cannot force countries to implement their recommendations.

“The world had to listen attentively to the World Health Organization, because the global emergency was declared on January 30th,” with 82 HIV cases recorded outside China, but without a death count.

The organization is under severe criticism, especially from US President Donald Trump, who, earlier this month, suspended Washington’s funding of the agency after accusing it of underestimating the importance of the outbreak and getting closer to China, where the virus first appeared late last year. Note that Trump did not provide any evidence of his accusations.

Tedros insisted that the United Nations organization had, from the start, provided the right advice “based on the best scientific facts and evidence”.

But he stressed that the organization’s mandate does not authorize it “to impose on states to take up their recommendations.”

Tedros noted that countries had to “take all public health measures” when the organization on January 30 considered the emerging coronavirus to be “a state of extreme emergency”.

He said: “We advise the countries of the world to adopt a comprehensive approach to public health” through investigation, testing, isolation and tracking of contacts.

He stressed that the countries that followed the organization’s recommendations are in a “better position” than others, adding that “it is up to the states to reject or accept” the organization’s recommendations, stressing the need “for all states to shoulder their responsibilities.”

Covid-19 has resulted in more than 206,000 deaths and nearly three million injuries in the world, according to an AFP count Monday.

The United States recorded about 55,000 deaths, while approximately one million cases were recorded on its soil.

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