Seeing end of COVID-19 in sight doesn’t mean pandemic is over, says WHO chief


The World Health Organization chief said on Thursday that seeing the end of COVID-19 does not mean the end of the disease, but the world is in a better position than before as weekly pandemic deaths decline. 

WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus said at a press webinar that weekly COVID-19 deaths have continued to decline, and are now just 10% of what they were at the peak of the pandemic in January 2021.

“At the United Nations General Assembly here in…

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