WHO envoy warns pandemic ‘still at the beginning’
Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
‘Developing Asia’ to shrink for first time in six decades Live version of coronavirus map Coronavirus infections in India soared past five million on Wednesday, as a WHO envoy warned the pandemic was “still at the beginning.” Global cases are rapidly approaching 30 million, with more than 935,000 known Covid-19 deaths, the global economy devastated and nations struggling to contain outbreaks. India, home to 1.3 billion people, has reported some of the highest daily case jumps in the world recently, as a World Health Organization special envoy described the global pandemic situation as “horrible” and “grotesque.” “It’s much worse than any of the science fiction about pandemics,” David Nabarro...
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