According to the World Health Organization’s WHO Top emergencies expert warned on Wednesday, countries around the world are easing restrictions to focus on reducing the spread of the Coronavirus, but the world has a “long, long way to go” to control the Coronavirus.
According to Dr Michael Ryan head of emergencies program In the World Health Organization WHO briefing, Risks from the Coronavirus remains high at “ national, regional, Global levels”
According to Dr Michael Ryan he said in the briefing “What we all fear is a vicious cycle of public health and economic disasters if lockdowns are eased without the ability to detect the Coronavirus outbreak.
He added that “very significant control” of the Coronavirus is required in order to reduce the current risk assessment.
Many Governments are coming with plants to restore the normal life of people while still trying to reduce the Coronavirus infection.
According to Johns Hopkins University around 4.3 million people are infected and more then 294,000 are killed by the Coronavirus.