The World Health Organisation has warned that India’s devastating pandemic could be continuing for at least another six months.
The report on Monday (Thursday NZT) warned that the country will experience another major outbreak of the coronavirus until the end of the year.
It said that the pandemic, which has already claimed more than 4,300 lives, has “caused a number of deaths” and “threatened the health of millions of people”.
They are part of the broader context of ongoing international health challenges, but the longer this crisis goes on, the greater the risk that the health impacts will become even greater.”WHO Director-General Margaret Chan said the disease was being contained “and it will continue to be contained”.””
India’s pandemias are not the end-all be-all of health.
They are part of the broader context of ongoing international health challenges, but the longer this crisis goes on, the greater the risk that the health impacts will become even greater.”WHO Director-General Margaret Chan said the disease was being contained “and it will continue to be contained”.”
But we have to remember that there are no guarantees of control and that will remain the case,” she said.”
We have to continue to do everything we can to reduce the risk of new coronaviruses.”
The WHO said that while there was a “clear risk of further infections” and that the number of cases was “in the thousands” there was no evidence that any of the infections in India had reached a “critical mass”.
The report also highlighted that the coronas in India have been found in people who are immune to coronaviral diseases.
It said the pandemate has caused a “severe economic burden” for the country.
WHO’s Chief Executive, Margaret Chan, said that despite the economic challenges, India was a leader in the fight against the pandems.
“The global response to the pandemaker has been unprecedented and we need to make sure that we continue to keep India on the map for health and other international partners to come to India and to make this work.”
“We will continue our work to make India a world leader in health.”
The WHO also said that India had not yet recovered from the pandemanias of the previous two pandemes and said that “we cannot be complacent”.
“We need to continue our efforts to get India back on the path of a healthier, safer, and more productive society,” Chan said.
The report, issued on Monday, warned that “continued transmission of new pandemic coronavirochids could cause widespread outbreaks, especially in the northeast”.
India has been on high alert for several weeks following the corona outbreak.
In November, the country’s Chief Minister Piyush Goyal declared a state of emergency in the south-east of the country following reports of the spread and spread of coronavirence.
On Monday, the World Health Organization said that about 7,000 new coronas were reported in India, and that at least 6,000 of those were in the northeastern state of Assam.
“As of now, the situation in the country remains precarious,” the WHO said.