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Corona will not go away, the 2009 swine flu virus is still circulating – WHO

Corona has been wreaking havoc in all countries of the world for the past two years. India is no exception. Although there has been a slight decline in Corona cases so far, the risk has not yet been averted. World Health Organization health experts share new information about this from time to time. Meanwhile, the latest information provided by the World Health Organization is disappointing. The WHO has said that. Corona will currently be placed in the epidemic category because Corona will not disappear.

The WHO statement made it clear that the world currently needs to live under the shadow of sanctions as corona infection and its new forms are increasing the risk. Dr Mike Ryan, executive director of the WHO Health Emergency Program, said the 2009 swine flu pandemic was still circulating. The coronavirus will not go away.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that when more people around the world get vaccinated and immunity develops, the number of deaths from corona will automatically decrease. This will reduce the level of hospitalization. Dr. Mike Ryan said Covid is a public health emergency of international concern.

Also read: Coronavirus: The number of patients in the country has been below 30,000 for four days

According to a study by the International Group of Scientists published in 2012, the 2009 swine flu outbreak killed an estimated 2,84,500 people. H1N1 began to decline by November 2009 and was declared an epidemic by the WHO at the end of August.

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