CORONAVIRUS

COVID19 has been declared Pandemic by the World Health Organization

0
COVID19 has been declared Pandemic by the World Health Organization
COVID19 has been declared Pandemic by the World Health Organization

COVID19 has been declared Pandemic by the World Health Organization. A pandemic is the worldwide spread of a new disease. (WHO, 2010) This also means a disease which is globally affecting people. Influenza has also been declared pandemic in the past by the World Health Organization. More details below.

COVID19 has been declared Pandemic by the World Health Organization

Due to the increase in the number of Covid19 or Coronavirus cases, WHO has declared COVID 19 as a global pandemic on Wednesday 11/03/2020. The virus was unknown to WHO and just found three months ago. The Virus may affect every country economically, supply chain, business and day-to-day. But at this moment, it is unsure how it will affect in the near future. Read more about the impact of Coronavirus in Saudi Arabia so far.

“In the past two weeks the number of cases outside China has increased thirteenfold and the number of affected countries has tripled,” WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a press conference at the organization’s headquarters in Geneva. “In the days and weeks ahead, we expect to see the number of cases, the number of deaths and the number of affected countries to climb even higher.”

World Health Organization, Quoted by CNBC, 2020

“We cannot say this loudly enough or clearly enough or often enough: All countries can still change the course of this pandemic,” he said. “Some countries are struggling with a lack of capacity. Some countries are struggling with a lack of resources. Some countries are struggling with a lack of resolve.” 

World Health Organization, Quoted by CNBC, 2020
Riyadh Xpress

Finally, follow Riyadh Xpress’s:

In addition, check out the latest articles by Riyadh Xpress.

  • Firstly, Saudi Arabia suspends all schools over the fear of coronavirus: Click Here.
  • Secondly, Saudi Arabia banned Hookah & Honey in Cafes & Restaurants: Click Here.
  • Thirdly, the latest penalties on Iqama: Click Here.
  • Fourthly, Disabled parking violation/fine in Saudi Arabia: Click Here.
  • Lastly, hackers attack again to get your personal data: Click Here.

Check out the most viewed articles

admin

238 new Coronavirus cases found in Expatriates – Qatar

Previous article

Saudi Arabia closed all cinemas and theatres until further notice

Next article

You may also like

Comments

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.

More in CORONAVIRUS