Corona Virus Who Secretary-General in Crisis over spread of infection in developing and emerging countries

Corona Virus Crisis in Spreadof Infection in Developing And Emerging Countries May 21 at 12:29 PM

As the number of people infected with the new coronavirus approaches to 1,000,000 people worldwide, The World Health Organization’s Director-General Tedros said at a regular press conference on Sunday that more than 100,000 people had been newly identified in the past day, and expressed strong concern about the increase in the number of people infected in developing and emerging countries and will help deliver the necessary medical supplies.
“In the past 24 hours, 106,000 people have been newly identified, the highest number ever,” Tedros, director-general of THE WHO, said at a regular press conference on Wednesday.

He said he was “very concerned about the increase in the number of people infected in low or moderate countries” and expressed a strong sense of crisis in the spread of infection in developing and emerging countries.

According to who, the united states had the highest number of newly confirmed infected people in the last day, followed by Brazil and Russia.

In Europe, the spread of infection is at its peak, but in South America and elsewhere, there is an increasing trend.

Mr. Tedros said that “there is a long way to go before the pandemic comes to an end”, and stressed the idea of supporting countries so that medical supplies are delivered to healthcare professionals and others.