The “Seventh Day” TV provided special coverage about the World Health Organization’s expectations of indicators of infection with the Coronavirus, and the possibility of controlling the epidemic until the end of the year, with indications of a decrease in infection with the virus during the recent period.
The Executive Director of the World Health Organization’s emergency services revealed that although the spread of Corona has slowed in some countries due to closures and vaccination programs, it is too early and unrealistic to believe that the epidemic will end by the end of the year.“.
With the vaccination of people most at risk of infection, including health care workers and the elderly, this will help alleviate the tragedy and fear of the epidemic and relieve pressure on hospitals, and keep the virus under control.“He pointed out that after vaccinations began to affect not only the risk of death or hospitalization, but on transmission and spread, and this would quickly contribute to controlling the epidemic.“.
As for the indicators of preparing new global infections, last week witnessed a rise for the first time in nearly two months, as the reported cases increased in 4 regions, namely North and South America, Europe, Southeast Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean.
As for the indicators of infection with the virus in Egypt, the Ministry of Health and Population announced, Monday, that 455 recoverers from the Corona virus have been discharged from hospitals, after receiving the necessary medical care and recovery according to the guidelines of the World Health Organization, bringing the total of those recovering from the virus to 141347 cases until today..
A statement by the Ministry of Health stated that 586 new cases that proved positive for laboratory analyzes of the virus were recorded yesterday, Monday, and this is part of the necessary surveillance, investigation and examination procedures carried out by the ministry in accordance with the guidelines of the World Health Organization, pointing to the death of 48 new cases..