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WHO does not consider inevitable second wave of coronavirus

WHO does not consider inevitable second wave of coronavirus
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The second wave of coronavirus, which was predicted by the fall of 2020, may not come. This cautious forecast for the development of the situation was voiced by the Director of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, Hans Kluge, during a briefing in Copenhagen.

“The second wave is not inevitable,” cited TASS words of an international expert. He noted that it is necessary to carefully and gradually remove restrictions in order to avoid a repeated surge in the incidence rate, which can become very destructive. The WHO representative is reassured by the fact that countries already know what they can face and are better prepared to fight coronavirus.

There are nearly 6,4 billion confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide. More than 2,7 billion have recovered, 380 people have died.

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