Corona virus, which manifested itself almost all over the world in a short time, caused fear worldwide. A healthcare professional at the World Health Organization said the spread of the virus may have slowed.
Corona virus, the official name of which was designated as ‘COVID-19’, was transmitted to 64,460 people according to the data confirmed to date and caused 1,384 deaths. When the virus was seen in more than 20 countries in a month, a panic was created all over the world.
Infections from COVID-19 have come to a relief from a healthcare professional, although they are still common worldwide. Head of the World Health Organization’s Health Emergencies Program. Michael Ryan said the virus is not as scary as it seems.
‘Corona virus outbreak is not so scary’
Dr. Michael Ryan said the spread of the COVID-19 virus outside of China is not scary. Michael Ryan stated that people should not make hasty evaluations about the Corona virus. “We do not see a dramatic increase in contamination outside China,” said Michael.
Dr. continues his evaluations about the virus. Ryan; He stated that patients with chest conditions in hospitals in China, Singapore and Hong Kong did not have COVID-19 in their routine winter tests. Michael Ryan said that COVID-19 efficacy has not yet been seen in these examples, indicating that the virus may not be so effective.
Dr. Michael Ryan stressed that after completing these words, of course nothing is certain. The healthcare professional added that there was no specific treatment beyond the ‘standard antivirals’ used for previous Corona virus outbreaks, such as the 2003 SARS outbreak.
Although the Corona virus has caused 1,384 deaths to date, all but three of these people are on the mainland of China. In other words, the number of people who died due to the virus worldwide is very low. However, 63.886 of the cases, which are 64.460 in total, are located in China.
The news of a patient who died outside of China the other day came from Japan. Japanese Health Minister Katsunobu Kato announced that an 80-year-old woman living in the city of Kanagawa in the south of Tokyo died of the COVID-19 virus. The old woman had not traveled to China before.