WHO: Peak of China outbreak has passed and has not yet formed a global pandemic

WHO: Peak of China outbreak has passed and has not yet formed a global pandemic
Xinhua News Agency, Supreme Court, February 24 (Reporter Liu Qu) World Health Organization Director-General Tan Desai said on the 24th that the WHO and the China Joint Expert Inspection Team have concluded the investigation of the epidemic situation in China.Epidemic measures to avoid diabetes, the peak of the epidemic has passed, and it has constituted a global pandemic. The relevant situation should bring confidence to all countries in the prevention and control of the epidemic.”The key message that should bring hope, courage and confidence to all nations is that this virus can be brought under control.Tandersee said at a regular press conference at WHO headquarters.He said that the expert group had traveled to several provinces in China and also to Wuhan, and had some knowledge on the virus transmission capacity, the severity of the disease and the effect of the measures taken.The expert group believes that the Chinese epidemic peaked from January 23 to February 2, and has been steadily decreasing since then.The average recovery time for mild patients is about two weeks, and it may take three to six weeks for severe patients to recover.China’s measures to prevent and control the epidemic have avoided a potentially large number of cases.Bruce Elward, head of the WHO expert team, details the findings on the 25th.Regarding the trend of the global epidemic, Tandersee said the epidemic has constituted a global pandemic, but countries should be prepared.He focused on three “protections” based on the risks assessed by the actual situation in each country: first, giving priority to protecting health workers; second, promoting community participation and protecting those most likely to have serious diseases, especially the elderlyAnd people who already have health problems; third, capable countries should do their best to control the outbreak, which helps protect the most vulnerable 天津夜网 countries.