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WHO chief calls for systematic serologic testing, which reveals what proportion of population could be immuneWHO chief calls for systematic serologic testing, which reveals what proportion of population could be immune

WHO chief: 'Must learn to live with COVID-19'

WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says effect of coronavirus will be felt for decades to come.WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says effect of coronavirus will be felt for decades to come.

WHO: Coronavirus pandemic is a 'once-in-a-century' health crisis | News | Al Jazeera

The novel coronavirus has killed at least 680,000 people and infected at least 17.6mThe novel coronavirus has killed at least 680,000 people and infected at least 17.6m

Expect 'lengthy' coronavirus pandemic WHO warns | Europe – Gulf News

The Emergency Committee on COVID-19, convened by the WHO Director-General under the International Health Regulations (2005) (IHR), held its fourth meeting on 31 July. In its statement following the meeting, published today, it expressed “appreciation for WHO and partners’ COVID-19 pandemic response efforts, and highlighted the anticipated lengthy duration of this COVID-19 pandemic, noting the importance of sustained community, national, regional, and global response efforts.”  After a full discussion and review of the evidence, the Committee unanimously agreed that the outbreak still constitutes a public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC) and offered this advice to Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General.Dr Tedros accepted the advice of the Committee and confirmed that the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to constitute a PHEIC. The Director-General declared a PHEIC—WHO’s highest level of alarm under IHR—on 30 January at a time when there were fewer than 100 cases and no deaths outside China. He issued the Committee’s advice to States Parties as Temporary Recommendations under the IHR. “The pandemic is a once-in-a-century health crisis, the effects of which will be felt for decades to come," Dr Tedros told the Committee in his opening remarks on Friday. "Many countries that believed they were past the worst are now grappling with new outbreaks. Some that were less affected in the earliest weeks are now seeing escalating numbers of cases and deaths. And some that had large outbreaks have brought them under control." The Committee made a range of recommendations to both WHO and State Parties. It advised WHO to continue to mobilize global and regional multilateral organizations and partners for COVID-19 preparedness and response, to support Member States in maintaining health services, while accelerating the research and eventual access to diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines. It advised countries to support these research efforts, including through funding, and to join in efforts to allow equitable allocation of diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines by engaging in the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator among other initiatives.The committee also advised countries to strengthen public health surveillance for case identification and contact tracing, including in low-resource, vulnerable, or high-risk settings and to maintain essential health services with sufficient funding, supplies, and human resources. Countries were advised to implement proportionate measures and advice on travel, based on risk assessments, and to review these measures regularly.The Committee’s statement, with further details of the meeting and their recommendations, is available hereA list of the Committee members is available hereThe Emergency Committee will be reconvened again within three months or earlier, at the discretion of the Director-General.The Emergency Committee on COVID-19, convened by the WHO Director-General under the International Health Regulations (2005) (IHR), held its fourth meeting on 31 July. In its statement following the meeting, published today, it expressed “appreciation for WHO and partners’ COVID-19 pandemic response efforts, and highlighted the anticipated lengthy duration of this COVID-19 pandemic, noting the importance of sustained community, national, regional, and global response efforts.”  After a full discussion and review of the evidence, the Committee unanimously agreed that the outbreak still constitutes a public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC) and offered this advice to Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General.Dr Tedros accepted the advice of the Committee and confirmed that the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to constitute a PHEIC. The Director-General declared a PHEIC—WHO’s highest level of alarm under IHR—on 30 January at a time when there were fewer than 100 cases and no deaths outside China. He issued the Committee’s advice to States Parties as Temporary Recommendations under the IHR. “The pandemic is a once-in-a-century health crisis, the effects of which will be felt for decades to come," Dr Tedros told the Committee in his opening remarks on Friday. "Many countries that believed they were past the worst are now grappling with new outbreaks. Some that were less affected in the earliest weeks are now seeing escalating numbers of cases and deaths. And some that had large outbreaks have brought them under control." The Committee made a range of recommendations to both WHO and State Parties. It advised WHO to continue to mobilize global and regional multilateral organizations and partners for COVID-19 preparedness and response, to support Member States in maintaining health services, while accelerating the research and eventual access to diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines. It advised countries to support these research efforts, including through funding, and to join in efforts to allow equitable allocation of diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines by engaging in the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator among other initiatives.The committee also advised countries to strengthen public health surveillance for case identification and contact tracing, including in low-resource, vulnerable, or high-risk settings and to maintain essential health services with sufficient funding, supplies, and human resources. Countries were advised to implement proportionate measures and advice on travel, based on risk assessments, and to review these measures regularly.The Committee’s statement, with further details of the meeting and their recommendations, is available hereA list of the Committee members is available hereThe Emergency Committee will be reconvened again within three months or earlier, at the discretion of the Director-General.

COVID-19 Emergency Committee highlights need for response efforts over long term

WHO chief calls for systematic serologic testing, which reveals what proportion of population could be immune - Anadolu AgencyWHO chief calls for systematic serologic testing, which reveals what proportion of population could be immune - Anadolu Agency

UN health agency: 'Must learn to live with COVID-19'

The WHO said Friday that coronavirus pandemic effects would be felt for decades as its emergency committee assessed the situation six months after sounding its top alarm over the outbreak.The WHO said Friday that coronavirus pandemic effects would be felt for decades as its emergency committee assessed the situation six months after sounding its top alarm over the outbreak.

Virus effects to last decades, WHO says six months on - Health - The Jakarta Post

The coronavirus transmission risk remains high, warned the World Health Organization during a meeting of its emergency committee. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that the COVID-19 pandemic is a "once-in-a-century health crisis" with effects that will be felt for "decades to come.The coronavirus transmission risk remains high, warned the World Health Organization during a meeting of its emergency committee. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that the COVID-19 pandemi…

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The effects of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will be felt for decades after it has ended, World Health Organisation (WHO) Director-General TedrosThe effects of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will be felt for decades after it has ended, World Health Organisation (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday. "

Effects of the pandemic will be felt for decades, says WHO

The World Health Organization Director-General Tedrs Adhanom says the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic may be felt for “decades to come”, having already infected more than 17.6 million people and killed over 680,000. Tedros made the remarks at a meeting by the Emergency Committee on COVID-19.

Effects of pandemic could be felt for”decades to come”: WHO chief | CGTN Africa

Nearly 700,000 people have succumbed to the pandemic over the past six months.Nearly 700,000 people have succumbed to the pandemic over the past six months.

Six months since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global public health emergency - World Socialist Web Site

Almost 300,000 new coronavirus cases were reported to the World Health Organization over the last 24 hours, the largest single-day increase ever, the agency said Friday.

World Health Organization reports largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases across globe

The pandemic has so far killed over 680,000 people and infected at least 17.7 million after breaking out for the first time in China last December.The pandemic has so far killed over 680,000 people and infected at least 17.7 million after breaking out for the first time in China last December.

The global death tally now stands at 679,600 The global death tally now stands at 679,600 

WHO: We must learn to live with this virus | Dhaka Tribune

The WHO sai that coronavirus pandemic effects would be felt for decades as its emergency committee assessed the situation six months after sounding its top alarm over the outbreak.The WHO sai that coronavirus pandemic effects would be felt for decades as its emergency committee assessed the situation six months after sounding its top alarm over the outbreak.

Coronavirus effects to last decades, WHO says six months on | Inquirer News

COVID-19 has already killed more than 675,000 people and infected at least 17.3 million across the world.COVID-19 has already killed more than 675,000 people and infected at least 17.3 million across the world.

Effects of 'once in a century' coronavirus will be felt for decades, WHO warns | SBS News

GENEVA: The WHO said on Friday that the effects of the coronavirus pandemic will be felt for decades as its emergency committee assessed the situation six months after sounding its top alarm over the outbreak.

WHO: Effects of Covid-19 to last decades | New Straits Times

The World Health Organization (WHO) director-general said the outbreak is a once-in-a-century health crisis.The World Health Organization (WHO) director-general said the outbreak is a once-in-a-century health crisis.

The effects of the coronavirus pandemic will be 'felt for decades to come,' WHO chief says | TheHill

The World Health Organization (WHO) director-general said the outbreak is a once-in-a-century health crisis.The World Health Organization (WHO) director-general said the outbreak is a once-in-a-century health crisis.

The effects of the coronavirus pandemic will be 'felt for decades to come,' WHO chief says | TheHill

The World Health Organisation on Thursday warned that spikes in coronavirus transmission in a number of countries were being driven by young people "letting down their guard". The World Health Organisation on Thursday warned that spikes in coronavirus transmission in a number of countries were being driven by young people "letting down their guard".

The World Health Organization has warned the coronavirus pandemic was likely to be "lengthy" after its emergency committee met to evaluate the crisis six months after sounding the international alarm.The World Health Organization has warned the coronavirus pandemic was likely to be "lengthy" after its emergency committee met to evaluate the crisis six months after sounding the international alarm.

Covid-19 pandemic likely to be 'lengthy' - WHO

WHO said spikes of cases in some countries are being driven in part by younger people.WHO said spikes of cases in some countries are being driven in part by younger people.

WHO Urges Young People To Avoid Nightclubs After A Recent Surge In COVID-19 Cases

As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, many are becoming frustrated with lockdowns and restrictions. Among those allowing their frustrations to cause them to break rules are young people across the world.As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, many are becoming frustrated with lockdowns and restrictions. Among those allowing their frustrations to cause them to break rules are young people across the world.

WHO warns of COVID-19 spike due to recklessness of youth

In other developments, some countries experiencing flare-ups reported record daily high case numbers, including Vietnam, the Philippines, and Poland.In other developments, some countries experiencing flare-ups reported record daily high case numbers, including Vietnam, the Philippines, and Poland.

WHO convenes COVID-19 emergency committee, updates travel guidance | CIDRAP

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday said spike in coronavirus cases in some countries were being driven by young people ‘letting down their guard’. While addressing a virtual news conference in Geneva, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said younger people are at risk too and they must take the same precautions to protect themselves […]

Coronavirus spikes in some countries due to carelessness of some youths: WHO

Maria Van Kerkhove, a top WHO epidemiologist, said that night clubs were ‘amplifiers of transmission’.Maria Van Kerkhove, a top WHO epidemiologist, said that night clubs were ‘amplifiers of transmission’.

Coronavirus: ‘Young people are not invincible,’ warns WHO, says they are partly driving new cases

Maria Van Kerkhove, a top WHO epidemiologist, said that night clubs were ‘amplifiers of transmission’.Maria Van Kerkhove, a top WHO epidemiologist, said that night clubs were ‘amplifiers of transmission’.

Coronavirus: ‘Young people are not invincible,’ warns WHO, says they are partly driving new cases

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'Young people are not invincible,' WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says'Young people are not invincible,' WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says

The head of the World Health Organization says some European countries have seen a resurgence in coronavirus cases partly because young people are not taking the risk seriously enough.The head of the World Health Organization says some European countries have seen a resurgence in coronavirus cases partly because young people are not taking the risk seriously enough.

WHO: Young people not cautious enough about virus | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

The contrasting statements about the risk of Covid-19 to children came as the U.S. president continued to push for a full reopening of schools. President Donald Trump claimed Thursday that “young people are almost immune” to Covid-19—a statement that came the same day the World Health Organization chief stressed that children can be infected with the […]

Trump: Young people ‘almost immune’ to coronavirus. WHO chief: No. – Raw Story

Dr Tedros warned that 'young people are not invincible' and have a responsibility to protect othersDr Tedros warned that 'young people are not invincible' and have a responsibility to protect others

Young people 'letting their guard down' are driving Covid resurgence, WHO warns

Dr. Margaret Harris, a spokesperson for the World Health Organization, said COVID-19 might not have a second waveDr. Margaret Harris, a spokesperson for the World Health Organization, said COVID-19 might not have a second wave

Coronavirus: Is there a second wave? COVID-19 might be one wave - Deseret News

"Evidence suggests that spikes in cases in some countries are being driven in part by younger people letting down their guard during the northern hemisphere summer," WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said."Evidence suggests that spikes in cases in some countries are being driven in part by younger people letting down their guard during the northern hemisphere summer," WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.

Coronavirus: Young people are not invincible to COVID-19 effects, warns WHO chief | Euronews

GENEVA (AFP) - The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Thursday (July 30) warned that spikes in coronavirus transmission in a number of countries were being driven by young people "letting down their guard".. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -GENEVA (AFP) - The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Thursday (July 30) warned that spikes in coronavirus transmission in a number of countries were being driven by young people

Careless young people driving some Covid-19 spikes, says WHO, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

GENEVA (Reuters) - World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said spikes in the number of new COVID-19 cases in some countries were driven partly by young people letting down their guard, but that the world needed to learn to live with the disease.GENEVA (Reuters) - World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said spikes in the number of new COVID-19 cases in some countries were driven partly by young people letting down their guard, but that the world needed to learn to live with the disease.

WHO chief says some COVID-19 spikes due to 'young letting down guard' | The Star

The latest Covid-19 news from around the world.The latest Covid-19 news from around the world.

Covid-19 wrap: Former US Presidential candidate dies of virus, 'careless' young people driving virus spikes | News24

"The pandemic is a once-in-a-century health crisis, the effects of which will be felt for decades to come," Tedros told a meeting of the WHO's emergency committee, according to remarks released by the agency."The pandemic is a once-in-a-century health crisis, the effects of which will be felt for decades to come," Tedros told a meeting of the WHO's emergency committee, according to remarks released by the agency.

Effects of coronavirus pandemic will be felt for decades: World Health Organization - National | Globalnews.ca

"The pandemic is a once-in-a-century health crisis, the effects of which will be felt for decades to come," Tedros told a meeting of the WHO's emergency committee, according to remarks released by the agency.

Effects of coronavirus pandemic will be felt for decades: World Health Organization - National | Globalnews.ca

The global coronavirus outbreak is the sort of disaster whose effects will last far into the futureThe global coronavirus outbreak is the sort of disaster whose effects will last far into the future

Impact of coronavirus will be felt for decades to come, WHO says - The Peninsula Qatar

The global coronavirus outbreak is the sort of disaster whose effects will last far into the future, World Health Organization Director General TedrosThe global coronavirus outbreak is the sort of disaster whose effects will last far into the future, World Health Organization Director General Tedros

Impact of coronavirus will be felt for decades to come, says WHO - Times of India

[GENEVA] The WHO said on Friday that coronavirus pandemic effects would be felt for decades as its emergency committee assessed the situation six months after sounding its top alarm over the outbreak. Read more at The Business Times.[GENEVA] The WHO said on Friday that coronavirus pandemic effects would be felt for decades as its emergency committee assessed the situation six months after sounding its top alarm over the

Virus effects to last decades, WHO says six months on, Government & Economy - THE BUSINESS TIMES

'The pandemic is a once-in-a-century health crisis, the effects of which will be felt for decades to come' - WHO Director General'The pandemic is a once-in-a-century health crisis, the effects of which will be felt for decades to come' - WHO Director General

Coronavirius impact will be felt far into the future - WHO

WHO warned the coronavirus pandemic was likely to be "lengthy" after its emergency committee met to evaluate the crisis six months after.WHO warned the coronavirus pandemic was likely to be "lengthy" after its emergency committee met to evaluate the crisis six months after.

Expect 'lengthy' coronavirus pandemic WHO warns - Vanguard News

COVID-19: You Are ‘Not Invincible,’ WHO Warns Young People

COVID-19: You Are ‘Not Invincible,’ WHO Warns Young People – Channels Television

The committee "highlighted the anticipated lengthy duration of this COVID-19 pandemic", the WHO said in a statement, and warned of the risk of "response fatigue" given the socio-economic pressures on countries.The committee "highlighted the anticipated lengthy duration of this COVID-19 pandemic", the WHO said in a statement, and warned of the risk of "response fatigue" given the socio-economic pressures on countries.

Expect 'lengthy' coronavirus pandemic WHO warns - The Peninsula Qatar

GENEVA, Aug 1 ― The WHO said yesterday that coronavirus pandemic effects would be felt for decades as its emergency committee assessed the situation six months after sounding its top alarm over the outbreak. The novel coronavirus has killed nearly 675,000 people and infected at least 17.3 million...GENEVA, Aug 1 ― The WHO said yesterday that coronavirus pandemic effects would be felt for decades as its emergency committee assessed the situation six months after sounding its top alarm over the outbreak. The novel coronavirus has killed nearly 675,000 people and infected at least 17.3 million...

Covid-19 virus effects to last decades, WHO says six months on | Life | Malay Mail