Kovid tsunami to destroy health system: WHO

World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Athanom Gabries has warned that the upcoming Kovid tsunami could wreak havoc on global health systems. Kovid cases have been on the rise in the world for the past two weeks. There has been a record increase in Kovid cases in the United States, France and Denmark due to the proliferation of Omicon. He said Kovid had confirmed 65.5 lakh people in the last seven days.

This is the first time since March 2020 that the World Health Organization has declared Kovid an epidemic. New Year’s celebrations have been restricted for the second time in several countries following the Omicron expansion. The proliferation of omicron is of great concern. Tedros Athanom Gabries said the Delta could create a tsunami of Omicron Kovid cases over time. He added that the rising number of Kovid cases would double the pressure on those working in the health sector and disrupt health systems.

Europe currently has the highest number of Kovid cases reported. The increase in Kovid cases has been reported again as various countries are slowly moving away from lockdown restrictions.
Hospitals in the United States are overcrowded. Jones Hopkins estimates that the average number of new Kovid victims in the past week is 2,65,427.

Michael Mina, an epidemiologist and immunologist at Harvard, tweeted that the current Kovid expansion is just the tip of the iceberg. They tweeted that the actual Kovid cases would be much larger and that the actual figures would not be released due to a shortage of test kits. The number of Kovid patients per day in France is over two million. This is twice as much as reported on Christmas Day. Strict restrictions are in place in France. Countries such as Denmark, Portugal and England have all reported unexpected increases in Kovid cases.

ENGLISH SUMMARY:Covid tsuna­mi to destroy health sys­tem: WHO
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