Coronavirus has not yet peaked in America!
In a shocking report, WHO (World Health Organization) has revealed that in the United States of America, the Coronavirus pandemic is yet to peak.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO chief stated:
“In the first month of this outbreak, less than 10,000 cases were reported to WHO. In the last month, almost four million cases have been reported. We expect to reach a total of 10 million cases within the next week. This is a sober reminder that even as we continue research into vaccines and therapeutics, we have an urgent responsibility to do everything we can with the tools we have now to suppress transmission and save lives.”
Michael Ryan, WHO, Executive Director, health emergencies program declared:
“It’s particularly intense in Central and South America. We’ve seen a steady and worrying continuation of trend, with many countries experiencing between a 25 and 50 per cent rise in cases over the last week. Unfortunately, the pandemic for many countries in the Americas has not peaked.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, further said:
“WHO estimates that at the current rate of about one million new cases a week, the world needs about 620,000 cubic meters of oxygen a day, which is about 88,000 large cylinders.”
At the time of writing this, almost 125,000 people were dead and there were nearly 245 million cases, in America, because of Novel Coronavirus.
John Bel Edwards, Governor of Louisiana said:
“Simply put, we’re heading in the wrong direction. We have more cases than we can justify just by the fact that they’re doing more testing. Nobody is immune from this virus … the damage that this disease can do to your body is something that may last for a very long time. May last forever. So I do want to make sure that young people are listening.”
America is the country that has been hit the most by Coronavirus.
Ricardo Furtado is a very passionate novelist. He has written many novels – fiction as well as non-fiction. In his spare time too he just loves to write and write.