Global new coronary pneumonia cases exceed 100,000 WHO calls for strong containment measures

The World Health Organization said in a statement on the 7th, the current global confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia has exceeded 100,000 cases, all countries should take strong containment measures to slow and reverse the spread of the epidemic. ‘The experience of China and other countries has shown that by taking some universally applicable measures, the spread of the virus can indeed be reduced and the impact of the outbreak reduced, ‘ the statement said.

These measures include action by the community as a whole to confirm infections, care for patients, track close contacts, prepare hospitals and clinics for the surge in confirmed cases, and train health workers.

Global new coronary pneumonia cases exceed 100,000 WHO calls for strong containment measures

The statement stressed that controlling and slowing the spread of the virus will help buy time for health systems and society as a whole to allow researchers to identify effective treatments for new coronary pneumonia and develop vaccines.

In a statement, WHO said it would continue to work with networks of all countries, partners and experts to coordinate international responses, develop guidelines, distribute supplies, share knowledge, and provide protection information to people.

THE WHO DAILY OUTBREAK REPORT SHOWS THAT AS OF 10:00 CENTRAL EUROPEAN TIME (7:00 BST), THE NUMBER OF CONFIRMED CASES OF NEW CORONARY PNEUMONIA WORLDWIDE REACHED 101927, AND THE NUMBER OF DEATHS REACHED 3486.