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World Health Organisation: Covid-19 is still accelerating

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World Health Organisation: Covid-19 is still accelerating

World Health Organisation: Covid-19 is still accelerating

World Health Organisation director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warnedthat despite six months passing since WHO declared Covid-19 a global healthcrisis, the virus is continuing to accelerate around the world.

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