The fight against Corona: WHO warns of too many strategy changes

Constant change of strategy in the fight against the Coronavirus, which can endanger the success, emphasized the world health organization (WHO) on Monday. With

The fight against Corona: WHO warns of too many strategy changes

Constant change of strategy in the fight against the Coronavirus, which can endanger the success, emphasized the world health organization (WHO) on Monday. Without mentioning countries by name, said emergency relief coordinator, Michael Ryan: "The constant change between an action today and another tomorrow may be meant, but it can have unintended consequences: first, that people become insecure, and, secondly, that you start to get angry." The people should have time to get used to the measures, and the authorities should have sufficient time to determine whether a measure works or not.

Among other things, is about in the United States and the United Kingdom due to uncertainty in the recommendations regarding the Opening of shops, to quarantine and wear a Mask criticism became loud.

the praise of fees governments, the new outbreaks immediately made public, and quick measures to mitigate adopted, said Ryan. "Where we have to Worry about, are situations is not be promoted where the problems days, where problems are covered up, where everything looks good," he said. "One thing is clear in the case of Covid-19 as with all other contagious diseases, That it looks good does not mean that the location is really good."

"in Front of us a long way," said WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is still. "The pandemic continues to accelerate. In the past six weeks, have doubled the number of reported infections.“ The WHO had been 30 because of the Corona outbreak almost six months ago, on. In January, an "emergency of international concern," explains. On the day there were outside of China, less than 100 documented infections and no case of death.

Updated Date: 27 July 2020, 12:20

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