After recording a million deaths questyear, the World Health Organization calls for a realistic review of the Corona virus

A senior World Health Organization official confirmed it is time for a realistic review of the Corona virus, after recording one million deaths questyear for the disease.

In a direct dialogue through the channels social of the World Health Organization, Maria Van Kerkhove, head of team technician on the World Health Organization’s Corona virus explained that this result is “heartbreaking” because testtreatments, vaccines and all public health measures are available to control the virus and the follow-up “As we are in the third year of the epidemic, it is even more tragic that we have the tools that can actually prevent these deaths.”

Maria Van Kerkhove said: “Many of us have become numb to numbers. We need a realistic review. We really need to assess where we are now. We shouldn’t be. in a situation in where 14,000 to 15,000 people die every week “. he stressed that” the epidemic is not over yet, but it can be ended while people continue to live their daily lives “.

And the official from the World Health Organization continued, explaining: “We just need some reflection in more on that, to be a little more careful. Many people talk about living with the Corona virus, but we have to live with it in responsible way “.

And he continued, warning: “A million dead questyear are not coexistent with the Corona virus and having 15,000 deaths a week is not considered to be living with Covid in responsible way “, as the latest WHO statistics revealed that the Corona virus caused the deaths of 6.45 million people in all over the world since the prime infections at the end of the year 2019 in Wuhan, in China, while more than 5.3 million new infections were reported to the United Nations organization last week.

In this regard, Maria Van Kerkhove explained: “They are huge numbers, and this is an underestimate”, given that test housekeepers do not enter the data, adding: «We see this virus spreading in intensive way in Worldwide”.