World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that even as COVID cases and fatalities related to the infection continue to decline, it is still the ‘most dangerous time’.
WHO chief said that it is ‘encouraging’ that COVID infection and deaths are declining but, still one person is dying of it every 44 seconds.
Explaining this, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, a downward trend can be the most dangerous time, if it opens the door to complacency.
The global decline in reported cases and deaths is continuing. This is very encouraging. But still, last week one person died from COVID-19 every 44 seconds.