Geneva: The World Health Organization (WHO) has said it is concerned that many countries, especially the southern regions of the world, continue to spread the outbreak of Kov-19 and once again call for global solidarity. To overcome difficulties for "over 100 years".
"We are concerned that we are still paying close attention to the spread of this epidemic in the United States," Dr. Michael Ryan, Executive Director of the WHO's Emergency Medicine Program, said at a virtual press conference. Many countries, especially in the South, ”he said.
"First and foremost in the world today, there is still a huge wave of outbreaks in the epidemic," he said. "Some European countries in Southeast Asia, North America, have already experienced the highest levels of infection."
By Chhouk Bora