Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director of the World Health Organization, announced at the WHO press conference the views on the removal of coronavirus measures by countries. The WHO Director said that only when the correct public health measures are taken can the measures be lifted slowly and in a controlled manner.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director of the World Health Organization (WHO),
made a press conference with a video conference method in Geneva, Switzerland, and made statements about the coronavirus pandemic and answered journalists' questions.
WHO Director Ghebreyesus said new evidence from some countries reveals a clear picture of how the virus acts, can be stopped and treated . Ghebreyesus stated in the general picture that the coronavirus continues to spread fatally.
“Measures should be removed slowly and with supervision”
Some countries in Europe, where the coronavirus epidemic is common , have begun to discuss the removal of coronavirus measures . The Swiss Federal Government announced that measures against coronavirus could be gradually lifted by the end of April.
WHO Director Ghebreyesus also responded to questions about the debates on the removal of coronavirus measures. The WHO Director said that the importance can only be removed when the correct public health measures are taken , as the virus spreads very quickly but the decline in the number of cases is slow. Ghebreyesus said that in these conditions, the measures should be lifted slowly and in a controlled manner. The WHO Director added that there should be sufficient infrastructure to monitor people's contact with each other in order to loosen the measures in a controlled manner.
Call to stay at home may not be applied in poor countries
The World Health Organization (WHO) Director Adhano I Tedros Ghebreyesus, often made at home 're told the call may not apply in poor countries. Ghebreyesus said that people in poor countries have to work in daily jobs to make ends meet, and that calls for homes like curfews could prevent people from accessing food.