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WHO predicted the end of the COVID-19 pandemic

WHO predicted the end of the COVID-19 pandemic
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Hans Kluge, Director of the European Bureau of the World Health Organization (WHO), believes that the worst-case scenario of the coronavirus pandemic is over. This means that the end can be expected in early 2022.

According to RBC with reference to the Danish TV channel DR, compared to 2020, much more is known about the coronavirus. At the same time, the disease will continue to spread, but there will be no need for severe restrictions. But the expert has not yet undertaken to predict the exact scenario of the development of the situation.

According to Hans Kluge, new mutations of the virus are a natural process when the virus tries to adapt to humans. He also noted that WHO is actively monitoring the coronavirus vaccines and their effectiveness. And drugs can be quickly changed for new strains, you don't have to create them from scratch.

In total, according to WHO, more than 111,1 million cases have been recorded in the world. Ha all the time of the pandemic, about 2,46 million patients died. In Russia, 4,18 million people fell ill, 84 thousand people died.


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