Extremely Scary Warning from the World Health Organization: Delta Has Started to Spread to 132 Countries, There Is a Very Serious Increase in Cases!
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization, reported that new types of coronavirus (Covid-19) cases have increased by 80 percent in 5 of the 6 regions of the organization worldwide in the last 4 weeks, this increase is due to the Delta variant of the virus and this variant has been detected in 132 countries.
Ghebreyesus, at the press conference held by the World Health Organization's headquarters in Geneva via video conference, drew attention to the fact that Kovid-19 cases are on the rise again around the world.
Stating that about 4 million new Kovid-19 cases were reported to the organization last week, and they expect the total number of cases to exceed 200 million within 2 weeks, Ghebreyesus said:
“On average, infections in five of the six WHO regions have increased by 80 percent or nearly doubled in the past four weeks. In Africa, deaths have increased by 80 percent over the same period. Much of this increase is now detected in at least 132 countries. is due to the highly contagious Delta variant."
Ghebreyesus pointed out that the virus will continue to change, stating that the World Health Organization has warned that the virus has changed since the day Kovid-19 first appeared. Stating that 4 variants of the virus have been detected so far, Ghebreyesus warned that more variants will emerge as the epidemic spreads.
"All of the vaccines currently approved by the World Health Organization provide significant protection against serious illness and hospitalizations," said Mike Ryan, Director of the World Health Organization's Emergencies Programme. shared his knowledge.
The World Health Organization first announced the Covid-19 vaccine produced by Pfizer-BioNTech on 31 December, then the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca's vaccine manufacturer, the Indian Serum Institute (SII), Astra Zeneca, Moderna, Janssen, and China. It gave emergency use approval to the vaccines produced by the Sinopharm company.
The organization had finally approved the emergency use of the new Sinovac vaccine developed by China, which is also used in Turkey on June 1st.