The world is already going through one of the severe major health issues, and that’s the coronavirus outbreak. The US, including other countries, is suffering through severe health issues; however, WHO thinks the worst is yet to come. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus chairman of WHO, while giving an interview, said that the adverse impact of the COVID-19 virus is, however, to arrive. Things are getting hard for all countries, including USA because cases here will cross a million benchmark. The virus so far has infected more than 2.5 million people across the world and killed approximately 165000 people.
Countries have decided to go through the lock town phase way earlier than the US and because of which the situation there is relatively good. However, considering Global impact coronavirus has created, the WHO chairman thinks bad phase is yet to come. Tedros, while giving a conference he mentioned about 1918 Spanish flu, which at that time killed more than 100 million people across the world. Things like these are not new to the world, but according to Tedros, coronavirus outbreaks might be the biggest health crisis which this current generation will ever face.
He further mentioned the fact about how WHO is working really hard and urges people to follow the precautions since the worst face is yet to come. Tedros also talked about current generations having the right technological resources and medical equipment, which will help to defeat this dangerous virus. Efforts to find out a cure for coronavirus is still under progress, but according to experts, the vaccine might take months to a year. Since it’s advisable to follow the current precautions and stay at home at any cost.