WHO to send team to China as it warns pandemic far from over  INQUIRER.netView Full coverage on Google News
More than 4,700 people are dying every 24 hours from Covid-19, according to calculations based on an average from June 1 to 27.More than 4,700 people are dying every 24 hours from Covid-19, according to calculations based on an average from June 1 to 27.

Worst of pandemic ‘yet to come’, warns WHO - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

Global infections have surpassed 10 million with US accounting for a quarter of all cases and deathsGlobal infections have surpassed 10 million with US accounting for a quarter of all cases and deaths

Coronavirus pandemic 'not even close' to over, warns WHO chief

Warning by WHO comes as number of infections recorded worldwide topped 10 million with death toll over half a millionWarning by WHO comes as number of infections recorded worldwide topped 10 million with death toll over half a million

Coronavirus pandemic not even close to being over, WHO chief warns global community

With the number of deaths worldwide from the novel coronavirus surpassing 500,000, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned Monday that the pandemic “is not evenWith the number of deaths worldwide from the novel coronavirus surpassing 500,000, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned Monday that the pandemic

WHO warns pandemic is ‘not even close to being over’

The World Health Organization confirmed on Monday it plans to send a team to China next week to establish the source of COVID-19.

WHO sending a team to China for further COVID-19 investigations - CGTN

The pandemic "is not even close to being over", the World Health Organization's chief says.The pandemic "is not even close to being over", the World Health Organization's chief says.

Coronavirus: Worst could be yet to come, WHO warns - BBC News

WHO says living with COVID-19 to be new normal as global cases top 10 mln - Xinhua | English.news.cn

Daijiworld - A News portal linking West coast of India and the World

The World Health Organization (WHO) plans to send a team to China next week to prepare to identify the source of coronavirus, and Chinese experts believe the team will hold discussions with the Chinese side on how to conduct the work globally and fairly, noting that the visit does not mean the virus originated in China.

WHO visit to China shows country's open attitude in virus trace work: expert - Global Times

Experts are sceptical that an inquiry more than six months after first outbreak can find definitive answers about the origin of the virus.Experts are sceptical that an inquiry more than six months after first outbreak can find definitive answers about the origin of the virus.

Countries such as South Korea had managed to contain the disease by tracking down the contacts of those carrying infection, Tedros said.Countries such as South Korea had managed to contain the disease by tracking down the contacts of those carrying infection, Tedros said.

‘No excuse’ for countries that fail in contact tracing: WHO chief - world news - Hindustan Times

Rest of World News: GENEVA: The COVID-19 pandemic is not even close to being over, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a briefing on Monday.Rest of World News: GENEVA: The COVID-19 pandemic is not even close to being over, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a briefing on Monday.

WHO chief Tedros: 'This is not even close to being over' - Times of India

Global report: WHO to send team to China to investigate Covid-19 origins | Coronavirus outbreak | The GuardianHealth body’s chief says ‘worst is yet to come’; US states reimpose lockdown measures; UK imposes local lockdown on city of Leicester

Global report: WHO to send team to China to investigate Covid-19 origins | Coronavirus outbreak | The Guardian

The head of the World Health Organization on Monday dismissed complaints from countries complaining that contact tracing is too difficult to implement as a control strategy for the coronavirus pandemic as “lame.” The UN health agency has repeatedly advised countries that shutting down their Covid-19 outbreaks requires having a strong contact tracing programme in place, aThe head of the World Health Organization on Monday dismissed complaints from countries complaining that contact tracing is too difficult to implement as a control strategy for the coronavirus

Countries complaining about contact tracing are 'lame': WHO | Deccan Herald

The warning from Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus came after global Covid-19 cases topped 10 million and the death toll passed 500,000.The warning from Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus came after global Covid-19 cases topped 10 million and the death toll passed 500,000.

'Not Even Close to Being Over': WHO Chief Says Despite Some Progress, 'Pandemic Is Actually Speeding Up' | Common Dreams News

The head of the World Health Organization on Monday dismissed complaints from countries complaining that contact tracing is too difficult to implement as a control strategy for the coronavirus pandemic as “lame.” The U.N. health agency has repeatedly advised countries that shutting down their COVID-The head of the World Health Organization on Monday dismissed complaints from countries complaining that contact tracing is too difficult to implement as a control strategy for the coronavirus pandemic as “lame.” The U.N. health agency has repeatedly advised countries that shutting down their COVID-

WHO: Countries complaining about contact tracing are 'lame'

The World Health Organization will send a team to Wuhan to investigate where the novel coronavirus may have originated, Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced, six months after the virus began its global spread.The World Health Organization will send a team to Wuhan to investigate where the novel coronavirus may have originated, Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced, six months after the virus began its global spread.

Better late than never: WHO sending team to China to investigate coronavirus origins — RT World News

Tracing contacts of people with coronavirus infections is the most important step in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, and countries that are failing to do so have no excuse, the World Health Organization chief said on Monday.Tracing contacts of people with coronavirus infections is the most important step in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, and countries that are failing to do so have no excuse, the World Health Organization chief said on Monday.

'No excuse' for countries that fail in contact tracing, WHO's Tedros says - Reuters

Number of infections recorded worldwide tops 10 million.Number of infections recorded worldwide tops 10 million.

WHO says pandemic 'not even close' to over as toll passes 500,000 - The East African

The COVID-19 pandemic is "not even close to being over", the WHO warned Monday (28 June), as the global death toll passed half a million and cases surged in Latin America and the US.The COVID-19 pandemic is "not even close to being over", the WHO warned Monday (28 June), as the global death toll passed half a million and cases surged in Latin America and the US.

WHO says pandemic ‘not even close’ to over as death toll passes 500,000 – EURACTIV.com

Brazil, Peru, Chile and Mexico among the most affected countries globally - Anadolu AgencyBrazil, Peru, Chile and Mexico among the most affected countries globally - Anadolu Agency

WHO warns pandemic 'is not even close to being over'

Covid-19: ‘No excuse’ for countries that fail in contact tracing, warns head of WHOCovid-19: ‘No excuse’ for countries that fail in contact tracing, warns head of WHO

Pandemic is ‘speeding up’ and is ‘not even close to being over’, WHO says

The head of the World Health Organization says a team will be sent to China next month to investigate how the coronavirus began spreading.The head of the World Health Organization says a team will be sent to China next month to investigate how the coronavirus began spreading.

WHO to send a team to China | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

The Hill has reported that after "six months after the World Health Organization (WHO) first identified a cluster of atypical pneumonia cases at a hosThe Hill has reported that after "six months after the World Health Organization (WHO) first identified a cluster of atypical pneumonia cases at a hos

WHO director: Pandemic 'speeding up'

WHO to send team to China to investigate origin of COVID-19The COVID-19 pandemic is not even close to being over World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a briefing Monday. Tedros also said WHO will be sending...

WHO to send team to China to investigate origin of COVID-19 | Daily Sabah

The COVID-19 pandemic is not even close to being over, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a briefing on Monday.The COVID-19 pandemic is not even close to being over, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a briefing on Monday.

COVID-19 Pandemic "Is Not Even Close To Being Over", Says WHO Chief

Tedros said it wasn't acceptable that some countries claimed there were too many contactsTedros said it wasn't acceptable that some countries claimed there were too many contacts

WHO: Countries complaining about COVID-19 contact tracing are 'lame' | Europe – Gulf News

The PM had paid tributes to the 20 soldiers who were killed in the clashes with Chinese troops on June 15 in Galwan valley. “Those who cast an evil eye on Indian soil in Ladakh have got a befitting response,” he had said.The PM had paid tributes to the 20 soldiers who were killed in the clashes with Chinese troops on June 15 in Galwan valley. “Those who cast an evil eye on Indian soil in Ladakh have got a befitting response,” he had said.

Amid Ladakh, Covid crises, PM Modi to address nation today | India News,The Indian Express

The World Health Organization has warned that the coronavirus pandemic 'is not even close to being over'.The World Health Organization has warned that the coronavirus pandemic 'is not even close to being over'.

WHO chief warns global coronavirus infection rate is 'speeding up'

Covid-19 has now infected more than 10million people globally and killed more than 502,000. The US leads with the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the world with over 2.5million infections.Covid-19 has now infected more than 10million people globally and killed more than 502,000. The US leads with the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the world with over 2.5million infections.

The worst is yet to come: World Health Organization warns | Daily Mail Online

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus informed that an expert meeting is due this week to evaluate progress in research and to set out priorities to fight COVID-19 at this new stageTedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus informed that an expert meeting is due this week to evaluate progress in research and to set out priorities to fight COVID-19 at this new stage

Coronavirus pandemic accelerating globally — WHO - World - TASS

Coronavirus pandemic accelerating globally — WHO

The worst of the Covid-19 pandemic could be “yet to come”, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned, as the number of reported cases across the globe continues to climb. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the WHO, said that some countries had experienced a “resurgence” in cases after reopening their economies, adding that the pandemic is “speeding up”.The worst of the Covid-19 pandemic could be “yet to come”, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned, as the number of reported cases across the globe continues to climb. Dr Tedros Adhanom

Coronavirus: ‘Worst is yet to come’, warns WHO chief as global cases surpass 10 million | The Independent

Although many countries have made some progress globally, the pandemic is actually speeding up,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a briefing in Geneva,...Although many countries have made some progress globally, the pandemic is actually speeding up,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a briefing in Geneva,...

Coronavirus pandemic ‘not even close to being over,’ WHO chief warns. ‘The worst is yet to come’ - MarketWatch

Any country claiming that contact tracing is difficult during the coronavirus pandemic is using "a lame excuse", according to the head of the World Health Organisation. Dr TedrosAny country claiming that contact tracing is difficult during the coronavirus pandemic is using "a lame excuse", according to the head of the World Health Organisation. Dr Tedros

Saying contact tracing is difficult is a ‘lame excuse’, says WHO boss - AOL

As countries report fresh cases of coronavirus, and lockdown are being reinforced in many parts of the world, the World Health Organization chief has given another warning. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO chief recently said that the coronavirus pandemic is not even close to being over. Also read: COVID 19: WHO warns possible lack of oxygen as cases near 10 millionAs countries report fresh cases of coronavirus, and lockdown are being reinforced in many parts of the world, the World Health Organization chief has given another warning. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO chief recently said that the coronavirus pandemic is not even close to being over. Also read: COVID 19: WHO warns possible lack of oxygen as cases near 10 million

'Pandemic is speeding up', warns WHO chief as reinfections surface globally, World News | wionews.com

'The hard reality is this is not even close to being over.''The hard reality is this is not even close to being over.'

WHO chief warns worst of COVID-19 pandemic is 'yet to come' - TheBlaze

The World Health Organization has been pressing China since early May to invite in its experts to help investigate the animal origins of the novel coronavirus.The World Health Organization has been pressing China since early May to invite in its experts to help investigate the animal origins of the novel coronavirus.

WHO warns that the 'worst is yet to come'The head of the World Health Organisation has warned that the COVID-19 pandemic is not even close to being over. It has now been six months since t

WHO warns that the 'worst is yet to come'

i24NEWS

You have been blocked

Speaking at a briefing in Geneva, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said: "We all want this to be over. We all want to get on with our lives. But the hard reality is this is not even close to being over."Speaking at a briefing in Geneva, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said: "We all want this to be over. We all want to get on with our lives. But the hard reality is this is not even close to being over."

WHO Chief On COVID-19 Pandemic: 'The Worst Is Yet To Come' : Coronavirus Live Updates : NPR

THE World Health Organisation has warned that the worst of the coronavirus is “still to come” as global deaths passed the 500,000 mark yesterday. The organisation’s chief Tedros A…

Worst of coronavirus ‘still to come’ as global pandemic ‘speeds up’ despite 500,000 deaths already, WHO warns

Here are some key developments as the novel coronavirus spread around the world:Here are some key developments as the novel coronavirus spread around the world:

Timeline: How the coronavirus pandemic unfolded - World News

GENEVA, June 30 — The coronavirus pandemic is “not even close to being over,” the WHO warned yesterday, as the global death toll passed half a million and cases surge in Latin America and the United States. In another grim milestone, the number of infections recorded worldwide rose to more...GENEVA, June 30 — The coronavirus pandemic is “not even close to being over,” the WHO warned yesterday, as the global death toll passed half a million and cases surge in Latin America and the United States. In another grim milestone, the number of infections recorded worldwide rose to more...

WHO says pandemic 'not even close' to over as deaths pass 500,000 | World | Malay Mail