The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday that he is concerned about the possibility of a ‘tsunami’ of infection cases due to the combination of oomicron and delta forms of Kovid-19, but expressed hope that the world will fight this epidemic in the next year. Will overtake Nearly two years after the coronavirus first surfaced, top UN health agency officials cautioned that it was too early to accept preliminary data indicating a mild-to-symptomatic infection from the virus’s newest form, Omicron. It’ll be hasty.
The virus, which first emerged in South Africa last month, is spreading to parts of the US and Europe. 92 of the 194 WHO member countries have failed to meet the target of vaccinating 40 percent of their population by the end of this year, after which its Director-General Tedros Adhanam Ghebreyesus urged everyone to make a New Year’s resolution that Support the campaign to vaccinate 70 percent of the country’s population by the beginning of July.
fastest growing cases in america
According to WHO data, the number of cases of Kovid-19 reported worldwide last week increased by 11 percent compared to the week before that and America has seen the highest increase in continental countries. The United Nations health agency said in its weekly pandemic report released on Tuesday that between December 20 and 26, there were about 4.99 million new cases worldwide.
Growth of only three percent in Europe
More than half of these cases occurred in Europe. However, cases in Europe registered only a three percent increase from the week before. The WHO said that new cases in the Americas continental region increased by 39 percent to about 14.8 million. In the US alone, there were more than 11.8 lakh cases, a 34 percent increase. With a 7 percent increase in new cases in Africa, the number of infected has reached about 2,75,000.
Corona’s tsunami may come!
The organization said, “The risk associated with the redesign Omicron remains very high.” This shows the possibility of bringing a tsunami of cases.