Coronavirus: As New Cluster Emerges, "Coronavirus May Be Here To Stay" Expert Warns


As various Countries of the world plans to ease its lockdown restrictions in order to save its crippled economy and a new way of trying to prevent the second wave of Coronavirus, the World Health Organization (WHO) warns "Coronavirus may be here to stay".

Dr. Michael Ryan,Executive Director of the World Health Organization's Health Emergencies Programme

According to Dr. Michael Ryan,Executive Director of the World Health Organization's Health Emergencies Programme "this virus may never go away" he added, without a vaccine It may years for global population to build sufficient level of immunity, He stated this in a virtual press conference in Geneva on Wednesday.

"I think it is important to put this on a table,this virus may become just like other epidemic viruses in our communities" he added "nothing that other previous novel diseases like HIV have never disappeared, but effective treatments are been developed".

He gave warning about Coronavirus he said even though an effective vaccine might be developed, it would require a huge work work to produce  efficient doses and distribute them to the World.

Dr. Ryan also expressed concern over the growing violent attack on the healthcare workers, "COVID-19 is bringing out the best in us, but also bringing out some worst". People feel empowered to take out frustration on individuals who are trying to help. These are senseless acts of violence and discrimination he said.

China, the first nation to put a large number of people under lockdown and was the first to ease its  lockdown restrictions has been guarding against any reoccurring cases. 

In January, the China placed Wuhan, the originating city and its neighboring cities, a home to over 50 million people under a strict lockdown. The emergence of Six new cases in the city was the first local infection ever since easing the lockdown restrictions in early April.

Coronavirus which has now infected over 4.2 million people and has killed over 292,000, according to John Hopkins tally. Experts also warns the number might increase if Countries continue to ease their lockdown restrictions.

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