The WHO cautions that despite all the studies, and hopes for vaccines, there may never be a foolproof cure for COVID-19.
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and the entity’s chief emergency officer Mike Ryan warned that despite strong hopes for a vaccine, there may never be a foolproof remedy for COVID-19 and that the road to normality is going to be a long one and they also urged all nations to apply rigorous health measures such as the use of masks, social distancing, handwashing and testing.
Tedros at a virtual press conference from the headquarters of the UN body in Geneva. He stated that mask covers should become a symbol of solidarity throughout the world. Mothers should continue to breastfeed their babies even if they are infected with COVID-19, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said Monday, as the benefits outweigh the risks of infection.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a press conference that the WHO recommends that mothers with suspicions or confirmation of COVID-19 be encouraged in the same way as all other mothers to start or continue breastfeeding, adding that now that the world begins breastfeeding awareness week.
Tedros also claimed that the many benefits of breastfeeding newborn babies and infants far outweigh the potential risks of COVID-19 infections.
The White House
The United States is in a new phase of the coronavirus pandemic as the disease is remarkably widespread in both rural areas and cities, White House experts said Sunday.
“Today we are looking at a different situation than we had in March and April. It is extremely widespread, ”said Dr. Deborah Birx.
The doctor said that everyone who lives in rural areas is told that they are not immune or protected against COVID-19. Coronavirus cases continue to increase in some parts of the country, and public health authorities are trying to collaborate with the governors. in order to adjust the responses of each state to the health emergency