The World Health Organization has just issued a public warning about the status of the COVID-19, and you won’t like what was said.
A new sobering announcement from the World Health Organization has just come out, stating that it’s “premature” to assume the COVID-19 pandemic will end in 2021.
According to Dr. Michael Ryan, the director of the WHO’s emergencies program stated at a media briefing on Monday, that it’s “premature” and “unrealistic” to think that the COVID-19 pandemic will be completely stopped by the end of 2021.
However, Dr. Ryan said that hospitalizations and deaths could be dramatically reduced due to COVID-19 vaccines being rolled out around the world.
Dr. Ryan said, “If we’re smart, we can finish with the hospitalizations and the deaths and the tragedy associated with this pandemic.
If the vaccines begin to impact not only on death and not only on hospitalization but have a significant impact on transmission dynamics and transmission risk, then I believe we will accelerate toward controlling this pandemic.”
Additionally, Dr. Ryan warned against people becoming complacent and that as the virus is evolving and changing, things may seem like they are “very much in control” right now, but nothing is guaranteed. For more information on this story, check out this link here.