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WHO: Concerns over Korea… not Corona 19 Global pandemic

2020-02-25T01:20:00.060Z

The World Health Organization (WHO) says Corona19 is not yet a global pandemic. The situation in Korea, Italy, and Iran is a little worrisome, but it's not the worst.



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The World Health Organization (WHO) says Corona19 is not yet a global pandemic. The situation in Korea, Italy, and Iran is a little worrisome, but it's not the worst.

I'm Lee Sung-hoon.

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WHO says it is not yet seen as a global pandemic.

It's not about the world's unrestricted spread and the massive number of seriously ill or fatalities.

We are concerned about a sudden increase in the number of infected people in Korea, Italy and Iran, but it was not the worst.

[Theward Ross / WHO Secretary-General: Is this virus a worldwide pandemic? of course. Are you at that stage? It's not our judgment yet.]

Mr. Thewards says using the word pandemic now can be untrue and frightening. He stressed that countries should focus on protecting the vulnerable, including the elderly.

At the same time, the World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed key findings related to Corona19 through a team of experts who have visited the origins of Corona19, Wuhan, China.

First, Corona 19 peaked between January 23 and February 2, and has continued to decline since then.

In addition, there was no major change in the DNA of Corona 19, and the fatality rate in Wuhan was 2-4%, compared to 0.7% in other regions, and the recovery time of patients with mild symptoms was about 2 weeks, The patient found out that they had three to six weeks, etc., WHO explained.

Source: sbskr

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