Kovid-19 may never be eradicated. The projection of eradication of the epidemic is not credible

Kovid-19 may never be eradicated. The projection of eradication of the epidemic is not credible

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the Covid-19 (Corona virus) could never be eradicated. On Wednesday, WHO Emergencies Director Dr Mike Ryan warned against trying to predict when the virus would disappear. He said that even if the vaccine was discovered, great efforts would be needed to control the virus. Coronavirus has so far killed nearly 300,000 people, and more than 4.3 million have been confirmed infected. The United Nations has warned that the epidemic is causing widespread depression and mental illness, and that countries with low investment in mental health are at risk. The United Nations has called on governments to keep mental health in mind when responding to disease.

What did the WHO say?

“It’s important to keep that in mind. The virus could become another deadly virus in our community and never end, ‘said Dr Ryan at a virtual conference in Geneva.

‘HIV is not over. But, we already know the status of the virus. ‘ Dr Ryan said he did not believe anyone would predict when the virus would disappear.

At present, more than 100 possible vaccines are being developed. But Dr. Roy, citing diseases such as measles, said that despite the development of vaccines, those diseases have not been eradicated.

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adonom Gribius said it was still possible to control it with the efforts of all.

“It is in our hands and it is the duty of all of us to work together to control the epidemic,” he said.

The WHO’s warning comes at a time when many countries are easing the deadlock and leaders are thinking about how to reopen the country’s economy. Dr. Tedros warned that there was no sure way to loosen the lumber if the second wave of infection had not started.

“Many countries want to get out of this difficult rule,” Tedros said, “but our suggestion is that all countries should be as vigilant as possible at the highest level.”

-BBC