The World Health Organization (WHO) believes that the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic will not take place as the growth of the incidence is observed only in some countries as RIA News reported citing Dorit Nitzan, the WHO Regional Emergency Director.
“The types and forms of the coronavirus show that there is no second wave of the pandemic,” Nitzan said.
She noted that “there are countries, where (currently) the growth is observed (of the number of infected with coronavirus) but there are also the countries with decrease”. The WHO follows the situation daily reviews the situation in the countries, where a decrease of the number of infected people is observed.
According to the WHO representative, many people do not realize the threat of coronavirus due to the fact that only 5% of the world population had a critical illness.
“But these 5% suffer terrifically; their life is at risk; it is hard to talk about it but it is really hard for them,” Nitzan added.
As we reported, more than 180 countries pledged to participate in the World Health Organization (WHO) COVAX program to fund Covid-19 vaccines, which will be distributed fairly in both rich and poor countries.
Besides, the WHO stated that "Covid-19 fatigue" is growing in Europe. Citizens made huge sacrifices to defeat Covid-19. They had to pay a price for it.