Sandra Brown 2/1/2021
The number of COVID-19 cases is falling for the third week in a row in the world
The virus can be controlled even with new strains emerging. At the same time, antiviral measures should not be abandoned yet.
The number of new COVID cases worldwide has been declining for the third week in a row. The news is encouraging, World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adan Ghebreyesus said at a briefing in Geneva on Monday, February 1.
This, according to the head of WHO, вЂњshows that the virus can be controlled even with the presence of new varieties that are now circulating.вЂќ
Gebreisus expressed confidence that thanks to antiviral measures, which are still too early to abandon, the spread of the virus will be prevented.
Recall that the WHO called for a slowdown in vaccination against coronavirus.
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