Otherwise, nothing can happen: WHO chief
Now is the perfect time to communicate and advance preparedness to prevent the next epidemic
WHO said that on 30th January 2020, Covid was declared a global health emergency.
New Delhi, The 76th Assembly of the World Health Organization has started in Geneva, Switzerland. It focuses on saving lives, health for all. This year is the 75th anniversary of WHO. Many important issues will be discussed during this program which will last for 10 days. In this conference, the head of the organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said that preparations for the next epidemic must start now. Prepare now for next pandemic: WHO
If it doesn’t happen now, it can never happen again. The World Health Organization is pressing countries to reform, increase funding and prepare for the next pandemic. Recently WHO has ended the state of emergency declared on Kovid-19 and said that it is no longer a pandemic. Ghebreyesus said, ‘If we don’t make the changes we have to make, who will?
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If there is no change now, when will it happen?’ He said now is the right time to advance communication and advance preparedness to prevent the next epidemic. The World Health Organization has given a big relief to the world regarding the corona virus.
WHO made a big announcement about Covid and said that Covid is no longer a public global health emergency. The decision regarding this was taken in the 15th meeting of the emergency committee. WHO said that in view of the reduction in Covid cases in the last one year, a decision has been taken to remove Corona from the public global health emergency. The organization said that Corona had such a big impact that schools and offices remained closed.
Many people went through stress and anxiety during this time. It also affected the world economy. WHO Director General Dr. Tedros said that the removal of Corona from the global health emergency does not mean that Covid is over. New variants are still coming. ss1