Geneva: Michael Ryan, head of the World Health Organization's emergency department, said 10% of the world's population may be affected by coronavirus.
Speaking at a special working group meeting of the World Health Organization, Ava said, "There is a difference in the number of people affected by coronavirus infection from rural to rural areas. This means that a large part of the world is at risk. The spread of coronavirus infection continues to spread. However there are ways to control the spread of the infection and save lives. And can save many lives."
According to current estimates, about 10% of the world's population may be affected by coronavirus. The infection continues to spread. The spread is increasing in different parts of the world.
The number of people suffering from coronavirus infection has increased in South Asia. The death toll from the epidemic is rising in Europe and the eastern Mediterranean. However, good conditions prevail in Africa and the western Pacific.
The world is heading for a tough time. "The current world population is about 760 crores. The World Health Organization estimates that 76 million people are affected by coronavirus.