WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom : The only hope is science solutions and solidarity
On November 9, local time, the resumed meeting of the 73rd World Health Assembly was held in Geneva.
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in his speech that no one knows the long-term effects of the new coronavirus on the human body, nor is it clear that future generations will face What kind of world.
Although this is a global crisis, countries have different reactions and impacts. Half of the confirmed cases and deaths occurred in four countries.
Many countries have successfully controlled the spread of the virus through comprehensive evidence-based response methods.
However, some countries, especially those in Europe and the Americas, have now reintroduced restrictive measures to deal with the new wave of epidemics and prevent the health system from overwhelming.
Tedros Adhanom emphasized that we may be bored with the new coronary pneumonia, but the virus will not bore us.
It will target people with weaker bodies, as well as other weaknesses, such as inequality, division, denial, wishful thinking and stubborn ignorance.
We cannot negotiate with the virus, nor close our eyes and hope it disappears. The virus ignores political rhetoric or conspiracy theories.
Our only hope is science, solutions, and solidarity.