Although the coronavirus epidemic has started to lose its effectiveness in some countries recently, the situation is not very pleasant when we look at it globally. This situation, World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus also touched on this situation in his last statement.
The WHO Director-General said in a statement that the number of cases seen in the last 2 weeks, in the first 6 months of the pandemic announced that it surpassed the total number of cases seen. News from around the world also confirms this information.
The daily death toll exceeds thousands
In India, which has been struggling to cope with the pandemic recently, in the last 24 hours 209 thousand 468 new cases detected. The number of people who died in the country was announced as 1626. In Brazil, where 28 thousand 935 new cases were seen in the last 24 hours, the number of people who died was 1210.
Ghebreyesus situation in these two countries as an example of adverse scenarios
While shows, “ What is happening in India and Brazil unless they have taken the measures WHO has requested since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak may be elsewhere “ used the expressions.
Where the pandemic has created a major crisis India, the WHO Director-General, who continues his explanations about the country, provides critical equipment and supplies, including laboratory supplies and mobile hospitals. what they delivered also explained.
G7 countries call to support vaccination
Wealthy Sweden’s to the global initiative COVAX, which aims to provide equal vaccines to all countries. 1 million doses of vaccine, who declared that he made a donation, “This morning I met with Per Olsson Fridh of the Swedish Development Coordination and informed me that Sweden will donate 1 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine to COVAX” he said.
Currently around 121 countries 50 million doses of vaccine were delivered saying Ghebreyesus, “Access to the COVID-19 vehicle accelerator currently faces a financing gap of US $ 19 billion, and next year to vaccinate most adults around the world. from 35 to 45 billion USD we anticipate that we will need more. The G7 countries could mobilize a significant portion of these funds themselves and lead a global effort to accelerate COVID-19 vaccination worldwide., he also called for G7 countries.