Corona virus, which manifested itself almost all over the world in a short time, caused fear worldwide. A healthcare professional at the World Health Organization said the spread of the virus may have slowed.
Corona virus, the official name of which was designated as ' COVID-19 ', has been transmitted to 64,460 people according to the data confirmed to date and caused 1,384 deaths. When the virus was seen in more than 20 countries in a month, a panic was created all over the world.
Infections from COVID-19 have come to a relief from a healthcare professional, although they are still common worldwide. The head of the World Health Organization's Health Emergencies Program . Michael Ryan said the virus is not as scary as it seems .
'Corona virus outbreak is not so scary'
Dr. Michael Ryan said the spread of the COVID-19 virus outside of China is not scary. Michael Ryan stated that people should not make hasty evaluations about the Corona virus. "We do not see a dramatic increase in contamination outside China ," said Michael .
Dr. continues his evaluations about the virus. Ryan; He stated that patients with chest conditions in hospitals in China, Singapore and Hong Kong did not have COVID-19 in their routine winter tests . Michael Ryan said that COVID-19 efficacy has not yet been seen in these examples, indicating that the virus may not be so effective .
Dr. Michael Ryan stressed that after completing these words, of course nothing is certain . The healthcare professional added that there was no specific treatment beyond the ' standard antivirals ' used for previous Corona virus outbreaks, like the SARS outbreak in 2003 .
Although the Corona virus has caused 1,384 deaths to date , all but three of these people are on the mainland of China. In other words, the number of people who died due to the virus worldwide is very low. However, a total of 64 460 of those cases together 63.886's is located in China.
The news of a patient who died outside of China the other day came from Japan . Japanese Health Minister Katsunobu Kato announced that a woman in her 80s who lives in the city of Kanagawa in the south of Tokyo has died due to the COVID-19 virus. The old woman had not traveled to China before.