20.2 C
Sierra Leone
Friday, February 3, 2023

60% of 10.3m global COVID-19 infections reported in June — WHO

HomeNewsBreaking News60% of 10.3m global COVID-19 infections reported in June — WHO

60% of 10.3m global COVID-19 infections reported in June — WHO


Related stories

Tourism Minister, IOM Boss Discuss Opportunities for Sierra Leonean Returnees

Sierra Leone’s Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Dr....

NDMA Engages Communities on Fire Prevention

AYV News February 1, 2023 The National Disaster Management Agency...

CTC Mining pays Le1.9B surface rent to Marampa, Mafokie chiefdoms

Guest Writer February 1, 2023 The Commodity Trading Company (CTC)...

60% of 10.3m global COVID-19 infections reported in June — WHO

Covid-19 pandemic war is far from being over given the latest data on infection rate provided the by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

On Wednesday, WHO disclosed that 60 percent of the total 10.3 million global COVID-19 cases was reported in June.

Dr. TedrosGhebreyesus, Director-General of WHO, disclosed this on Wednesday during the COVID-19 media briefing.

“More than 10.3 million cases of COVID-19 have now been reported to WHO, and more than 506,000 deaths.

“For the past week, the number of new cases has exceeded 160,000 on every single day.

“60 percent of all cases so far have been reported just in the past month,” he said.

Ghebreyesus stressed that the best way out of the pandemic was to take a comprehensive approach.

Nigeria Need More Reciprocal External Trading Relationship – FSDH

“Find, isolate, test and care for every case, trace and quarantine every contact, equip and train health workers and educate and empower communities to protect themselves and others.

“Not testing alone. Not physical distancing alone. Not contact tracing alone. Not masks alone. Do it all,” he said.

He noted that countries that have adopted the comprehensive approach have suppressed transmission and saved lives.

While the cases are rising, there is general ease in lockdown across the world as economic pressures bite.

The health agency has not find a vaccines sufficient to cater for the need of people that have been infected as the trial continues.

Business News


- Never miss a story with notifications

- Gain full access to our premium content

- Browse free from up to 5 devices at once