Wednesday, August 4, 2021
WHO Chief Blames Political Leaders of several Countries for COVID-19 spread

WHO Chief Blames Political Leaders of several Countries for COVID-19 spread

The number of cases of COVID-19 outside China has increased a lot more than expected. And the number of affected countries has been not doing well to stop the spread of the infectious disease. WHO Chief blamed political leaders for the rising cases of COVID-19 in their respective countries. However, he did not mentioned their names but applauded the countries, who controlled COVID-19. WHO Chief Mr Tedros Adhanom warned that COVID-19 will become worse and more worse in the coming months.  

There are now more than 13,2495,75 cases in the entire World. And about 575,844 people have lost their lives. 

Thousands still fighting for their lives in hospitals.

We expect to see number of cases, number of deaths, and number of affected countries climb even higher. And this is a deep concern.

WHO Chief Mr Andhanom assessed this outbreak and he was deeply concerned. He was not happy with the politicians across the World. He blamed them for the alarming levels of inaction.

No immediate actions taken after COVID-19 declared as pandemic. It’s so disturbing that large number of people will be infected month after month basis.  

COVID-19 shouldn’t be taken lightly or carelessly. It can cause unreasonable fear, or unjustified acceptance that the fight is over. Therefore, leading to unnecessary sufferings and deaths.

WHO’s assessment of the situation to be worse and even worst is not just a threat posed by this virus. Countries didn’t do well and the pandemic affected more people than expected.

COVID-19 pandemic can be controlled as WHO Chief was in full response mode since he assessed the current situation.  

Khalid M Raza

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