India's coronavirus situation 'hugely concerning', says WHO chief
Addressing a media briefing on Friday, May 14, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that the second year of COVID-19 will be "far more deadly" than the first for the world
India's COVID situation hugely concerning, says WHO Chief; calls second year of pandemic 'far more deadly'
Ghebreyesus added that the WHO is responding to the COVID-19 surge in India and has shipped thousands of oxygen concentrators, tents for mobile field hospitals, masks and other medical supplies.
India's Covid Situation Hugely Concerning, Says WHO Chief
India's COVID-19 situation remains hugely concerning, with several states continuing to see a worrying number of cases, hospitalisations and deaths, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday.
India's Covid-19 situation hugely concerning: WHO Chief
India's Covid-19 situation remains hugely concerning, with several states continuing to see a worrying number of cases, hospitalisations and deaths, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday, warning that the pandemic's second year will be "far more deadly" than the first for the world.
India's Covid situation hugely concerning: WHO Chief
India's Covid situation hugely concerning: WHO Chief. India's COVID-19 situation remains hugely concerning, with several states continuing to see a worrying number of cases, hospitalisations and deaths, World Health Organisation chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday, warning that the pandemic's second year will be 'far more deadly' than the first for the world.
India’s COVID situation hugely concerning, says WHO Chief
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus pointed out that the emergency-like situation was not restricted to India.
India’s Covid-19 situation hugely concerning, says WHO Chief
The Covid emergency in India remains grim as the country continues to register over 3 lakh Covid-19 cases every day.
‘Moral catastrophe’: WHO chief urges rich nations to donate shots instead of vaccinating children
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday slammed few rich countries move to vaccinate children and adolescents, calling it a 'moral catastrophe' and urged them to donate vaccines to poorer nations.
COVID-19: WHO urges countries to reconsider vaccinating children, adolescents
World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday urged some countries to reconsider vaccinating their children and adolescents
last updated on 15 May 06:38