WHO Shifts Coronavirus’s Global Spread Risk From High To Very High, Asks Govts To Wake Up

Coronavirus is spreading its roots from China to countries across the globe adding to both health and stock market woes. After killing approx 2,800 in China, now Iran has reported a spike in Coronavirus cases in the last few days. As many as 210 people in Iran have lost their lives to Coronavirus as per the reports.

Source – Bloomberg

Eyeing the intensity of the spread, the World Health Organization has shifted Cronavirus’s global spread and impact risk alert to “very high”. This comes after the Global share market reported a loss of whopping $6 trillion within a week.

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“That is why we said today the global risk is very high,” WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said while addressing reporters in Geneva.

Coronavirus stock market
Source – CNN

The risk of the spread has also pulled the countries back from hosting events like Switzerland recently cancelled the Geneva international car show. Iran also cancelled many Friday prayers in years to curb coronavirus spread.

Coronavirus's Global Spread Risk
Source – The New York Times

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Mexico, Nigeria, Estonia, Denmark, the Netherlands and Lithuania have reported their first Coronavirus case recently. The counties across the globe are preparing themselves in multiple ways to fight the outbreak, however, the intensity must be enhanced to ensure the safety of the people.

Coronavirus India
Source – Financial Times

As for India, the country has done well to keep the Coronavirus spread at bay. All the people reported infected of the virus, mainly in Kerala, have been cured.

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