The coronavirus epidemic is still raging. If the lockdown is lifted, it can spread again in a horrible way. This warning was given by the head of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanam Ghebreyesas.

He also warned governments that the prevalence of COVID-19 disease in Africa, Eastern Europe, Central America, and South America could continue to rise. The people of the world may have to fight against coronavirus for a long time because this disease will stay with us for a long time. Tedros made the remarks at a regular news conference in Geneva on Wednesday. News from BBC and CNBC.

Tedros said the number of new cases is now rising in some of the countries where the infection initially spread. We have to go far, this virus will stay with us for a long time.

He said the reduction in the rate of infection was due to the order to stay at home and the steps taken to ensure social distance. But the virus is still terrible enough.

"Evidence from the beginning suggests that most people in the world are still at risk, meaning that if the lockdown is lifted, the epidemic could return to normal," he said. So if governments take any steps to satisfy the people right now, it will be the biggest risk.

He believes that the World Health Organization has been able to inform the world about the epidemic at the right time.

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a "health emergency" around the world on January 30 this year after a coronavirus outbreak spread from the Chinese city of Wuhan, and the corona outbreak was declared an epidemic on March 11.

However, while many countries have applauded the steps taken by the World Health Organization to deal with the Corona situation, many have also criticized them. In particular, US President Donald Trump is among the critics.

Last week, Trump said the United States would cut funding to the World Health Organization. He alleged that the World Health Organization had mismanaged the control of coronavirus outbreaks and tried to conceal information.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has also criticized China and the World Health Organization, saying "we believe that the Chinese Communist Party did not report the coronavirus infection to the World Health Organization in a timely manner." And the World Health Organization, as a regulatory body, has clearly failed.

This is not the first time the World Health Organization has been criticized for its actions. The World Health Organization (WHO) has accused China of favoring China in March over its failure to take steps to control coronavirus infections. Moreover, many experts believe that the World Health Organization's guidelines on wearing masks have created suspicion among people.

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