The WHO (World Health Organization) has postponed its emergency to see the seriousness of the Coronavirus pandemic situation internationally for 3 months, the WHO Emergency Committee said Saturday, following its meeting on July 31 that took place in Geneva.
It is marked that the committee “unanimously agreed that the pandemic is still a public health emergency of international though. “The recommendation of the committee was provided to Who Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus who agreed with it. In light of this, the committee “will be reconvened within three months, at the discretion of the Director-General,” the statement reads.
Telling at the WHO meeting, a WHO chief emphasis that this pandemic “is a once-in-a-century health crisis, “the result of this pandemic is felt for many decades.” According to him, most of the countries believed they have been previous the worst at the moment are grappling with new outbreaks. Some of the countries were not much affected in the starting but after over a week there are a lot of positive cases and many deaths. And some of them has able to do an outbreak under control
During a meeting, the committee suggested that WHO “continue to mobilize global and regional multilateral organizations and partners for COVID-19 prevention and upcoming response, to assist the Member States in sustaining health companies, whereas continuing the research and eventual access to diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines.”
Related to the Coronavirus pandemic this was the fourth meeting of the WHO Emergency Committee with the 18 health officials and 13 consultants. The main focus to identify the recent conditions across the world against the pandemic and devise recommendations to efficiently counter the spread of the virus.
The last meeting was held in January and April. Also, On January 30, Dr. Tedros allows a state of emergency up to public healthcare for a Coronavirus pandemic.
If we have a look at the total case all over the world, Around 19.5 people have been affected and over 724K people have died. The top of the Countries that have been most affected by Coronavirus is the U.S with 5.8 million cases then Brazil with 3.1 million and India with 2.09 million.