Europe must “seriously accelerate” the fight against the coronavirus, but the World Health Organization remains optimistic that European countries will not have to enter national blocs, WHO officials said Monday.
“We are still optimistic that countries will not have to enter the so-called national stalemate,” Maria van Kerkhove, WHO technical director for Covid-19, said in an online conference when asked about the growing number of cases. of infections in Europe, according to Reuters.
Read also: SOURCES The Orban government would prepare an execution!
“We are now behind the virus in Europe, so overcoming it will require a serious acceleration of measures,” added Mike Ryan, a WHO expert, writes to news.ro.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus acknowledged that after months of fighting the pandemic that has claimed more than 1.1 million deaths, some fatigue has begun, but has asked for the fight to continue one day after a senior administration official by Donald Trump suggested that the United States would give up on “taking control of the pandemic but betting on drugs and vaccines.”
Read also: Gheorghe Piperea’s bomb revelation! How Dr. Virgil Musta makes money from testing for Covid
The WHO director insisted: “When those responsible act quickly, the virus can be suppressed.” “We can’t give up. We don’t have to give up,” he said Monday.