end of corona virus epidemic

End of Corona Virus Epidemic

According to the National Institute of Health, 98 more cases of the global epidemic coronavirus have been reported in Pakistan during the last 24 hours.

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), 268 cases of corona were reported in the last 24 hours, while 14,467 corona tests were conducted in the last 24 hours, out of which the results of 98 people were recorded positive.

According to NIH, the rate of coronavirus-positive cases in the last 24 hours was 0.68 percent, while the condition of 85 corona patients across the country is critical, and no death due to any deadly epidemic was reported during this time.

On the other hand, the Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said on Wednesday, September 14, that the end of the coronavirus epidemic is now visible.

According to the news agency DW, the head of the WHO said during a virtual press conference that we are not there yet. But its end is in sight. We have never been in a better position to end this pandemic.

The WHO director-general warned that the world must seize this opportunity before the pandemic escalates again. We will be dealing with the risks of more forms of corona, which could lead to more deaths, more disruption, and more uncertainty.

In this regard, the World Health Organization has briefly published a six-point policy aimed at controlling the spread of the virus. In it, the organization recommended that 100 percent of people in all at-risk groups, including health workers and the elderly, should be vaccinated in all countries.

The WHO has urged all countries to continue testing and reporting the virus. The policy also states that all countries should maintain an adequate supply of medical equipment in advance in case of any possible future wave of infections, as well as vaccination and test campaigns to combat monkeypox in Europe. Ending the epidemic is also possible.

“We feel that the number of cases that are reported is far higher than the number of cases that are actually reported, even though the virus is still spreading around the world,” said Maria von Kerkhoff, WHO’s technical lead on COVID-19 circulating extremely high levels, Omicron subtypes or other variants may cause further waves of infection without meaning future deaths from such large waves of infection.

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