Brazil needs to prepare for new wave of Covid, WHO alert

Brazil needs to prepare for new wave of Covid, WHO alert

This Wednesday (29), WHO (World Health Organization) warned Brazil about a new wave of Covid-19 cases in the country. The unit’s Director of Operations, Mike Ryan, highlighted the situation facing Europe and the US with the advent of the Micron version. new coronavirus,

“We will probably continue to have airwaves around the world, and South America and Brazil are no exception,” Ryan said.

Mike said the country has long since had two big waves of Covid-19, a situation that has strained the health system and overcrowded hospitals. He stressed on the importance of vaccination to stabilize the situation.

The unit’s director also called on local, state and federal officials to work together to prepare for a new wave of cases.

“All countries faced these moments [de hospitais lotados] In this pandemic. […] What really needs to be done is joint work by state and federal officials, community engagement and publicizing the effectiveness of vaccines,” explains Ryan.

general director of WHOTedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus declared that Micron’s rapid progress must be fought with vaccines and public health policies.

“Micron is moving fast. Not only vaccination, but also public health measures are needed to stem the tide of infection, protect professionals and the health system, open societies and keep children in school .

Tedros compared the mutual movement of the micron and delta to a tsunami. “I am extremely concerned that Micron, being more permeable and circulating along with Delta, is causing a ‘tsunami’ of cases.”

On Monday (27), the world crossed the one million daily cases for the first time. The rise was led by the United States, the United Kingdom, and Spain.

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