The World Health Organization’s Europe director, Hans Kluge, has warned that the Covid pandemic won’t end until nations “learn to live with the virus,” ensuring health systems are not overwhelmed by infections and deaths.
Kluge spoke out in an interview with Spain’s La Vanguardia newspaper. He stated that while the international health organization is unable to declare an end of the pandemic, there are still risks that systems might not be capable to handle an increase in cases.
“We have to learn to live with the virus. As soon as our health system is not overwhelmed by hospitalizations and deaths from Covid, that is, it can provide the services it provided before, the pandemic will possibly become an endemic,”Kluge claimed.
While addressing concerns over the current situation in Europe, WHO Europe’s boss said so as he prepared for the winter months.
Answering a question regarding whether “Europe is once again the epicenter of the pandemic,”Kluge mentioned that the company is anticipating “half a million deaths”From the virus that was before February. A combination of “fake news”And the “relaxation of public health and social measures,”Kluge made it clear that all countries must reject the Covid vaccine, safety protocols and recommendations. He proposed an a “working group in Europe”It is important to criticize.
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The WHO Director was positive that there would be no crisis in Europe. “very difficult”Without an effective vaccination rollout across many countries, there has not been one. Kluge stressed the need for countries to implement effective vaccination programs in order for vaccines to work. “leave no one behind”To maximize coverage and reduce spread, you should focus your efforts on inoculating children and boosting shots.
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