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Global coronavirus cases, deaths declining – WHO


The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced a decrease in COVID-19 cases worldwide.

The UN office expressed that there was a 17 percent drop compared with week ago.

On Friday, Director-General, Tedros Ghebreyesus, likewise said the number of deaths had reduced.

“This is the fourth week of declining cases. The number of deaths also fell for the second week in a row, with 88,000 new deaths reported last week,” it said.

He linked the declines to nations’ severe execution of public health measures.

Ghebreyesus, in any case, cautioned that regardless of the positive turn of events, it was not at this point time to let down guard.

The WHO DG added that the infection keeps on circulating widely, with new variations arising.

“Every time the virus mutates, it has the potential to blunt the effectiveness of our vaccines, medicines and tests,” he said.

The health body advocated an urgent need for a coordinated approach to variant surveillance and more evaluation to help decipher the potential impact on vaccine potency.


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