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

Careless young people driving some COVID-19 spikes: WHO | ABS-CBN News

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

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 global coronavirus outbreak is the sort of disaster whose effects will last far into the future, World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday. "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 remarksThe global coronavirus outbreak is the sort of disaster whose effects will last far into the future, World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday. "The

Impact of coronavirus will be felt for decades to come, says World Health Organization | Deccan Herald

Many nations have struggled with protecting vulerable people in nursing homes from COVID-19, and the WHO released a new resource aimed at preventing virus spread in the settings.Many nations have struggled with protecting vulerable people in nursing homes from COVID-19, and the WHO released a new resource aimed at preventing virus spread in the settings.

Global COVID-19 total surges past 17 million | CIDRAP

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.

Coronavirus Effects Will Be Felt For Decades: World Health Organisation

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.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.

Trump: Young People 'Almost Immune' to Coronavirus. WHO Chief: No. | Common Dreams News

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.

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

Careless young people driving some COVID-19 spikes, WHO warnsThe World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday warned that spikes in coronavirus transmission in several countries were being driven by young people "letting down their...

Careless young people driving some COVID-19 spikes, WHO warns | Daily Sabah

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

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"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

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

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 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

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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 Organisation (WHO) has vowed to continue supporting South Africa's efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has vowed to continue supporting South Africa's efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Over 17.4 million people have caught the virus, more than 677,000 have died, and infections are still rampantOver 17.4 million people have caught the virus, more than 677,000 have died, and infections are still rampant

WHO's emergency panel reviews pandemic | Dhaka Tribune

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

GENEVA (Reuters) - Young people letting down their guard to enjoy the summer holidays are partly driving a spike in new COVID-19 cases in some countries, the World Health Organization said on Thursday. A fresh jump in cases in parts of Europe, the United States and Asia has fuelled fears of a second wave of new coronavirus infections and prompted some countries to impose new restrictions on travel. We've said this before and we'll say it again: young people are not invincible, WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a news briefing in Geneva. Evidence suggests that recent spikes of cases in some countries are being driven in part by younger people letting down their guard during the northern hemisphere summer , he said. The leader of the northeastern Spanish region of Catalonia on Monday warned young people to stop partying to help halt a surge in new cases or local authorities may have to reimpose harsh restrictions. Britain and several other European countries have placed restrictions on travel to Spain. Maria Van Kerkhove, a top WHO epidemiologist, told the same briefing that nightclubs were amplifiers of transmission . The majority of young people infected tend to have more mild disease. But that's not always consistent, she said. The WHO this month urged travellers to wear masks on planes and keep themselves informed as COVID-19 cases surge again in some countries. The WHO had said in June that it would update its travel guidelines ahead of the northern hemisphere summer holidays, but has not yet done so. Its previous guidance for travellers has included common-sense advice applicable to other settings such as social distancing, washing hands and avoiding touching your eyes, nose or mouth. (Reporting by Michael Shields, Kate Kelland and Josephine Mason; Writing by Alex Richardson; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne)GENEVA (Reuters) - Young people letting down their guard to enjoy the summer holidays are partly driving a spike in new COVID-19 cases in some countries, the World Health Organization said on Thursday. A fresh jump in cases in parts of Europe, the United States and Asia has fuelled fears of a second wave of new coronavirus infections and prompted some countries to impose new restrictions on travel. "We've said this before and we'll say it again: young people are not invincible," WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a news briefing in Geneva. Evidence suggests that recent spikes of cases in some countries are being "driven in part by younger people letting down their guard during the northern hemisphere summer", he said. The leader of the northeastern Spanish region of Catalonia on Monday warned young people to stop partying to help halt a surge in new cases or local authorities may have to reimpose harsh restrictions. Britain and several other European countries have placed restrictions on travel to Spain. Maria Van Kerkhove, a top WHO epidemiologist, told the same briefing that nightclubs were "amplifiers of transmission". "The majority of young people infected tend to have more mild disease. But that's not always consistent," she said. The WHO this month urged travellers to wear masks on planes and keep themselves informed as COVID-19 cases surge again in some countries. The WHO had said in June that it would update its travel guidelines ahead of the northern hemisphere summer holidays, but has not yet done so. Its previous guidance for travellers has included common-sense advice applicable to other settings such as social distancing, washing hands and avoiding touching your eyes, nose or mouth. (Reporting by Michael Shields, Kate Kelland and Josephine Mason; Writing by Alex Richardson; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne)

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

"This virus likes all weather," WHO officials said describing resurgence of COVID-19 cases in countries"This virus likes all weather," WHO officials said describing resurgence of COVID-19 cases in countries

COVID-19 is ‘one big wave’, not seasonal, says WHO | coronavirus outbreak News,The Indian Express

A World Health Organization official on Tuesday described the COVID-19 pandemic as one big wave and warned against complacency in the northern hemisphere summer since the infection does not share influenzas tendency to follow seasons.A World Health Organization official on Tuesday described the COVID-19 pandemic as "one big wave" and warned against complacency in the northern hemisphere summer since the infection does not share influenza's tendency to follow seasons.

WHO says COVID-19 pandemic is ‘one big wave’, not seasonal - World - The Jakarta Post

The coronavirus pandemic has frustrated healthcare workers and scientists owing to its elusive nature, and the new information that keeps coming in as the pandemic progresses. In the midst of this barrage of weekly new information, the World Health Organization continues to make new observations on the pandemic. The organisation has faced criticism for playing into the hands of Chinese authorities and delaying the public service announcements of COVID-19, which could have saved thousands of lives.The coronavirus pandemic has frustrated healthcare workers and scientists owing to its elusive nature, and the new information that keeps coming in as the pandemic progresses. In the midst of this barrage of weekly new information, the World Health Organization continues to make new observations on the pandemic. The organisation has faced criticism for playing into the hands of Chinese authorities and delaying the public service announcements of COVID-19, which could have saved thousands of lives.

Coronavirus not 'seasonal', the current pandemic constitutes 'one big wave': WHO, World News | wionews.com

“From those samples, we are seeing high levels of Covid-19, but we’re not seeing high levels of influenza at the moment. We’re expecting a later flu season in the southern hemisphere.”“From those samples, we are seeing high levels of Covid-19, but we’re not seeing high levels of influenza at the moment. We’re expecting a later flu season in the southern hemisphere.”

'Covid-19 is not just seasonal' cautions WHO | Bedfordview Edenvale News

“People are still thinking about seasons," WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris said Tuesday. "What we all need to get our heads around is this is a new virus."“People are still thinking about seasons," WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris said Tuesday. "What we all need to get our heads around is this is a new virus."

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“People are still thinking about seasons," WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris said Tuesday. "What we all need to get our heads around is this is a new virus."“People are still thinking about seasons," WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris said Tuesday. "What we all need to get our heads around is this is a new virus."

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a great deal has been said about a so-called “second” or even “third” wave that could arise. According to an official with the World Health Organization (WHO), COVID-19 could be one big wave, not a seasonal one. “We are in the first wave. It’s going to be one big wave. It’s […]Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a great deal has been said about a so-called “second” or even “third” wave that could arise. According to an official with the World Health Organization (WHO), COVID-19 could be one big wave, not a seasonal one. “We are in the first wave. It’s going to be one big wave. It’s […]

WHO Official: COVID-19 ‘One Big Wave,’ Not Seasonal | The Daily Wire

Coronavirus cases worldwide may be 'one big wave' rather than a series of multiple waves, according to a doctor with the World Health Organization, but other experts are casting doubts on these sorts of analogies. Coronavirus cases worldwide may be 'one big wave' rather than a series of multiple waves, according to a doctor with the World Health Organization, but other experts are casting doubts on these sorts of analogies.

Coronavirus is 'one big wave,' not seasonal, WHO expert suggests | CTV News

WHO spokeswoman Dr. Margaret Harris encourages that people stop thinking about COVID-19 as a seasonal virus.

WHO: COVID-19 is not seasonal, still in first wave - silive.com

According to the World Health Organization, the COVID-19 virus is far from normal seasonal influenza. WHO described the virus as "one big wave" and...According to the World Health Organization, the COVID-19 virus is far from normal seasonal influenza. WHO described the virus as "one big wave" and...

World Health Org. Official Says COVID-19 Isn't Seasonal: 'It's One Big Wave'

While there have been talks of subsequent COVID-19 waves, WHO official Margaret Harris, M.D., says the pandemic is “one big wave” and “this virus likes all weather.”“This is a new virus and this one is behaving differently.”

WHO Official Says COVID-19 Is Not Seasonal and “One Big Wave”

The World Health Organization said coronavirus does not appear to be affected by seasonal changes like the common cold or flu, warning the pandemic appears to be unfolding in “one big wave” as several nations worldwide struggle with a spikes in cases despite the warm summer months.The World Health Organization said coronavirus does not appear to be affected by seasonal changes like the common cold or flu, warning the pandemic appears to be unfolding in “one big wave” as several nations worldwide struggle with a spikes in cases despite the warm summer months.

WHO warns coronavirus pandemic appears to be ‘one big wave’ - New York Daily News

There has been quite a few conversations about how the novel coronavirus could be 'seasonal'. However, a World Health Organisation official said that the COVID-19 pandemic is "one big wave" and he warned against complacency in the northern hemisphere summer since the infection is not like influenza which follows seasons. There has been quite a few conversations about how the novel coronavirus could be 'seasonal'. However, a World Health Organisation official said that the COVID-19 pandemic is "one big wave" and he warned against complacency in the northern hemisphere summer since the infection is not like influenza which follows seasons.

GENEVA, July 28 (Reuters) - A World Health Organization official on Tuesday described the COVID-19 pandemic as "one big wave" and warned against complacency in the northern hemisphere summer since the infection does not share influenza's tendency to follow seasons.GENEVA, July 28 (Reuters) - A World Health Organization official on Tuesday described the COVID-19 pandemic as "one big wave" and warned against complacency in the northern hemisphere summer since the infection does not share influenza's tendency to follow seasons.

WHO says COVID-19 pandemic is "one big wave", not seaso...