The OMS warns of more pandemic after Covid

The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that coronavirus will not be the ultimate pandemic and records that unhealthy advances will result in insecure changes in global health and animal welfare.

The Director-General of the OMS, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, alerted ‘the perpetrator of the massacre in the plaza’, and a video was posted to commemorate the dominoes of the first International Day of Preparation for the Epidemics.

“History tells us that the ultimate pandemic will not happen,” he said, adding that he has learned many lessons from the coronavirus pandemic.

“During a long time, the world acts in the middle of a cycle of panic and negotiation”, assured.

“We have money when it comes to the crisis, but when it comes, we live and do nothing to prevent it from happening.

The first Annual Report on World Health Preparedness for Sanitary Emergencies, published in September 2019, is the alert for humanitarian preparedness for major pandemics, just months before the crisis of covid-19.

“The pandemic is revealing the angular lines between the health of people, animals and the planet,” he said.

“All efforts to improve sanitation systems are unsuccessful and unaccompanied by a critique of the relationship between human beings and animals, as well as the existential arrangement that represents the climatic environment, which is conquering the Earth in a different place. to live “.

The new coronavirus has provoked at least 1.75 million deaths and infections to 80 million people worldwide since the first cases were detected in China in December 2019, according to AFP’s data released on official dates.