The world is now in the grip of a coronavirus pandemic, the director general of the World Health Organization has said, as he expressed deep concern about “alarming levels of inaction” in the fight against the spread of the disease.


In the past two weeks, the number of cases outside China has increased 13-fold, said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, and the number of affected countries has tripled. There are 118,000 cases in 114 countries and 4,291 people have lost their lives.


“WHO has been assessing this outbreak around the clock and we are deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction.


As ordinary people, how should we survive this epidemic safely? First of all, I think what we should do is wear masks, wash our hands frequently, and avoid crowded places. So how do we wash our hands frequently? This requires us to use scientific hand washing methods with our automatic soap dispenser and hand dryer with sterilization function.

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If an epidemic can’t be contained and keeps expanding its reach, public health officials might start calling it a pandemic, which means it’s affected enough people in different areas of the world to be considered a global outbreak. In short, a pandemic is a worldwide epidemic. It infects more people, causes more deaths, and can also have widespread social and economic repercussions.

So far, although the national epidemic has been controlled to a certain extent, we must not slacken our efforts. We must remain vigilant at all times.

Ordinary people will also put on their battle robes before the country is in danger, so that this faint but not weak light of human nature will fill the world, illuminate the world and let the little fluorescence meet, and make a brilliant galaxy.

The kindness of ordinary people is the most precious light on the way to fight the epidemic.

Some countries are struggling with a lack of capacity, some countries are struggling with a lack of resources, some countries are struggling with a lack of resolve.Some countries had not established sufficient capacity for isolating people, he said. Other countries were too willing to give up on contact tracing too soon, which could help slow the spread. Some countries were not communicating well with their people, giving them the information they need to keep themselves and others safe.

Shakespeare said: “No matter how long the night is, the day will always come.” The coldness with the epidemic will eventually dissipate. Ordinary people let the fluorescence gather and make the galaxy bright.

Post time: Dec-08-2020