Who: coronavirus situation in the world worsens (The Guardian, UK)

The head of the world health organization (who), Tedros of Gebreyesus reported that the situation with coronavirus in the world is worsening and most countries have not yet managed to bring the situation under control. He stated on the information panel of member countries of the organization, writes The Guardian.

“In most of the world, the virus is under control. It’s getting worse. Now who were more than 11.8 million cases COVID-19. More than 544 thousand lives lost. The pandemic is still accelerating,” said Gebreyesus.

Also, according to him, in the last six weeks the total number of cases has doubled.

Ghebreyesus stressed that the coronavirus “exploits” inequality in health systems and schisms of society.

The head of the who said that coronavirus infection destroyed the health systems in some of the richest countries in the world, and countries that have taken successful action, you do not have at their disposal large funds.

According to Worldometer, on the evening of July 9 in the world was 12257497 cases COVID-19 of them fatal 554099, recovered 7127259 people.

Recall who creates an independent group of experts, which will examine her actions and measures taken by other States in response to the pandemic coronavirus.