Coronavirus Situation is Getting Worse said WHO Organization

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Coronavirus Situation is Getting Worse said WHO Organization

The coronavirus situation is getting worse around the globe, The World Health Organization (WHO) warned against complacency.

The total number of coronavirus cases around the world passed the seven million mark. Here are pandemic-related updates for June 8. The WHO said it had recorded its highest daily tally of new infections, with coronavirus situation is raging in the Americas.

The novel coronavirus has killed more than 403,000 people out of at least seven million infected since the outbreak emerged in China last December, according to a tally from official sources compiled by AFP.

“More than 100,000 cases have been reported on nine of the past 10 days. Yesterday, more than 136,000 cases were reported — the most in a single day so far.

He said that almost 75 percent of Sunday’s cases came from 10 countries — mostly in the Americas and South Asia.

And as mass protests for racial justice sweep across the United States and beyond, the United Nations’ health agency urged anyone demonstrating to do so safely.

Coronavirus situation in India: Further reopens even as virus deaths surge

According to the last report, India’s Coronavirus situation is also getting worse. Confirmed cases: 277K+, Active cases: 134K+, Recovered cases: 134K+ and 7.7K+ deaths. Check out the current Coronavirus situation in India – COVID19 Tracker Live

India is reopening its restaurants, shopping malls, and religious places in most states even as the number of cases and deaths in the country grows.

The Health Ministry reported another 9,983 cases Monday, raising India’s count past 256,000 to fifth-most in the world. The 206 fatalities reported were the highest single-day rise and takes the country’s death toll to 7,135.

There has also been a surge in infections in India’s vast countryside following the return of hundreds of thousands of migrant workers who left cities and towns after losing their jobs.

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Others on the coronavirus situation

The WHO’s emergency director Michael Ryan said someone who had been at a mass protest did not necessarily meet the technical definition of contact.

“It comes back down to local public health analysis and local risk management,” he said.

“There may be situations with mass gatherings where local public health officials, on the basis of an abundance of caution, could advise people either to quarantine or to get tested.”

Ryan added: “We would hope that in any mass gathering now… people who have had now four to five months to really internalize, that someone who is unwell… should really be at home and not engaged in any public activity.

“But we would always defer to national and sub-national authorities if they wish and need to take necessary public health actions that are based on risk assessment, that is based on scientific evidence.”

Tedros meanwhile said that the WHO had so far shipped more than five million items of personal protective equipment to 110 countries.

The global health body aims to ship more than 129 million items of PPE to 126 nations.

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