World Health Organization Delivers Terrible Coronavirus News

World Health Organization Delivers Terrible Coronavirus News
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While most of us are still under lockdown, it’s been just revealed that the WHO has some pretty disturbing news about the coronavirus. Long story short, officials have revealed that the novel coronavirus may never go away.

According to the latest reports coming from BBC, WHO emergencies director Dr. Mike Ryan warned against trying to predict when the virus would disappear.

He also made sure to highlight the fact that even if a vaccine is found, controlling the virus will require a “massive effort”.

More than that, he said that “It is important to put this on the table: this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities, and this virus may never go away.”

During the virtual press conference from Geneva, he continued and said: “HIV has not gone away – but we have come to terms with the virus.”

Dr. Ryan then said he doesn’t believe “anyone can predict when this disease will disappear”.

100 potential vaccines are in the works 

According to the same prestigious publication, at the moment there are more than 100 potential vaccines in development but it’s been revealed a really important fact that has a massive influence in all this: there are otheer illnesses such as measles that have not been yet eliminated despite the fact that there are vaccines that have been created in order to stop them. 

“The trajectory is in our hands, and it’s everybody’s business, and we should all contribute to stop this pandemic,” the expert stated. 

Meanwhile, you should also check out some of the most untrue popular myths about coronavirus that have been floating online and you should learn about. 

Just the otheer day, it’s been revealed by the latest info coming from CNN that there are millions of people in Wuhan who are about to get tested for the novel coronavirus within the coming days.


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