WHO chief Ghebreyesus says coronavirus pandemic is the last in human history

The expert says the pandemic has become more than just a health crisis

COVID-19 will be the last pandemic in human history, said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organization (WHO).

“The coronavirus has claimed the lives of more than 6 million people. Health systems have been destroyed, and for the first time in this century, the number of people on the planet living in absolute poverty has increased,” he said. TASS expert names.

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According to Ghebreyesus, it is not yet clear how the current pandemic will end and what the ultimate damage will be, but humanity must learn the lessons of this crisis.

“… the world needs an advanced early warning system to approach, prepare for and fight a pandemic,” the WHO chief said.

Earlier, Dr. Timakov reminded that Covid-19 is still a dangerous disease for those who do not have immune protection – people with immunodeficiency, risk groups over 60 years of age, as well as minors.

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