The worst is yet to come Who: the epidemic is spreading at an accelerated rate and co-existence with the virus is the new normal.

The hope that the outbreak will disappear in the summer has not been as expected, and we will still have to co-exist with the virus in the coming months. According to domestic media reports, WHO Director-General Tan Desai said at a regular press conference on the 29th: “Although some countries have made progress in containing the epidemic, but on a global scale, the spread of the epidemic is accelerating.” “

“There are now 10 million confirmed cases and 50 deaths, unless we address the problems that have been made clear at WHO, namely, the lack of national and global solidarity, and the fact that a divided world actually contributes to the spread of the virus,” Tandesse said. “

‘I’m sorry to say that, but in these circumstances and conditions, we feel very bad, ‘ Mr. Tandese said. That is why we must act together.

In the coming months, we will continue to co-exist with the virus, which will become the new normal.

According tomedia reports, according to the United States Johns Hopkins University released on the 28th of the new crown epidemic statistics show that the world has more than 500,000 people died from the new crown pneumonia infection, the cumulative number of confirmed cases rose to 10 million.

According to the June 1-27 average, more than 4,700 people die every day, or 196 every hour, or one every 18 seconds.

Data show that the United States cumulative confirmed cases and deaths are the largest, more than 2.54 million, 125,000.

The worst is yet to come Who: the epidemic is spreading at an accelerated rate and co-existence with the virus is the new normal.