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CORONAVIRUS could 're-surge' if countries lift their lockdown too early, the World Health Organization's Director-General has warned.CORONAVIRUS could "re-surge" if countries lift their lockdown too early, the World Health Organization's Director-General has warned.

Coronavirus may 're-surge' if lockdown restrictions are lifted too early, warns WHO | World | News | Express.co.uk

Global health leaders have urged countries in lockdown to take action attack the virus.Global health leaders have urged countries in lockdown to take action attack the virus.

Covid-19 is public enemy number one – WHO | Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter

“WATCH: The World Health Organization’s top official says President Trump is doing a “great job” combating the #coronavirus. “He’s doing all he can,” said Dr. Tedros. “That kind of leadership is very, very important.” #KeepAmericaSafe #PromisesMadePromisesKept https://t.co/JLGoSJMuk4”

Trump War Room - Text TRUMP to 88022 on Twitter: "WATCH: The World Health Organization’s top official says President Trump is doing a “great job” combating the #coronavirus. “He’s doing all he can,” said Dr. Tedros. “That kind of leadership is very, very important.” #KeepAmericaSafe #PromisesMadePromisesKept… https://t.co/tNmSwmMmSw"

“To slow the spread of #COVID19, many countries introduced "lockdown" measures. But on their own, these measures will not extinguish epidemics. We call on all countries to use this time to attack the #coronavirus. You've created a 2nd window of opportunity. https://t.co/jupcsdYnWm”

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Twitter: "To slow the spread of #COVID19, many countries introduced "lockdown" measures. But on their own, these measures will not extinguish epidemics. We call on all countries to use this time to attack the #coronavirus. You've created a 2nd window of opportunity.… https://t.co/ipHfADAOJF"

“Working from home, day 8. Today, I launched the #COVID19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan with @antonioguterres, @DrTedros and @UNReliefChief. With unity and more support, we can meet the critical needs of the most vulnerable. We are counting on you. #WeAreOne https://t.co/tCXWvYr9ud”

Henrietta H. Fore on Twitter: "Working from home, day 8. Today, I launched the #COVID19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan with @antonioguterres, @DrTedros and @UNReliefChief. With unity and more support, we can meet the critical needs of the most vulnerable. We are counting on you. #WeAreOne… https://t.co/wKCB1pcIhd"

“Chief of @WHO, @DrTedros, calls for all countries that have introduced lockdowns to use this time to attack the #coronavirus, track down every suspected #COVID19 case and increase testing.”

Steve Herman on Twitter: "Chief of @WHO, @DrTedros, calls for all countries that have introduced lockdowns to use this time to attack the #coronavirus, track down every suspected #COVID19 case and increase testing.… https://t.co/vBAIJlClDL"

The WHO said on Wednesday that 16,000 have already died of the COVID-19 coronavirus worldwide and that how many more will die will be determined by the actions taken by countries now.The WHO said on Wednesday that 16,000 have already died of the COVID-19 coronavirus worldwide and that how many more will die will be determined by the actions taken by countries now.

WHO reports 16,000 COVID-19 deaths worldwide, lists 'key actions' to control the pandemic | Euronews

Petition to calling for resignation of WHO head, inclusion of Taiwan surpasses 500,000 signaturesPetition to calling for resignation of WHO head, inclusion of Taiwan surpasses 500,000 signatures

Petition to fire Tedros, include Taiwan in WH... | Taiwan News

ZURICH, March 26 — Countries that have locked down their populations to prevent the spread of coronavirus need to put a premium on finding new cases and doing everything they can “to suppress and control” the virus, the World Health Organisation said yesterday. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO...ZURICH, March 26 — Countries that have locked down their populations to prevent the spread of coronavirus need to put a premium on finding new cases and doing everything they can “to suppress and control” the virus, the World Health Organisation said yesterday. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO...

WHO urges countries not to squander chance to control Covid-19 | World | Malay Mail

“The last thing any country needs is to open schools and businesses only to be forced to close them again because of a resurgence,” WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.“The last thing any country needs is to open schools and businesses only to be forced to close them again because of a resurgence,” WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.

WHO Director Contradicts Trump, Warns Against Lifting Social Distancing Measures Too Soon

"Physical distance doesn't mean social distance," the WHO Director General said, urging people to help elders get medication, social time, and food."Physical distance doesn't mean social distance," the WHO Director General said, urging people to help elders get medication, social time, and food.

WHO: 'Protect older people' from the coronavirus, and bring them food - Business Insider

COVID-19: WHO urges countries to use 'a second window of opportunity' - CGTN

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Countries that have locked down their populations to prevent the spread of coronavirus need to put a premium on finding new cases and doing everything they can "to suppress and control" the virus, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday.Countries that have locked down their populations to prevent the spread of coron...

Countries must not squander chance to control coronavirus: WHO - Reuters

The world has a second chance, as 150 countries have fewer than 100 reported cases and still have time to prepare, WHO chief Tedros said.The world has a second chance, as 150 countries have fewer than 100 reported cases and still have time to prepare, WHO chief Tedros said.

WHO issues a rare public scolding, tells countries not to waste time

The world has a second chance, as 150 countries have fewer than 100 reported cases and still have time to prepare, WHO chief Tedros said.The world has a second chance, as 150 countries have fewer than 100 reported cases and still have time to prepare, WHO chief Tedros said.

WHO issues a rare public scolding, tells countries not to waste time

Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), strongly urged the global community to keep social distancing measuresDr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), strongly urged the global community to keep social distancing measures in place, or the world will risk a resur

WHO Chief Warns Against Ending Social Distancing Early

The World Health Organisation says countries in lockdown should not squander the opportunity to control coronavirus and must search out and suppress new cases.The World Health Organisation says countries in lockdown should not squander the opportunity to control coronavirus and must search out and suppress new cases.

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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Thursday stated that the enforced lockdowns around the globe have been helpful in reducing the pressure on the health systems. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Thursday stated that the enforced lockdowns around the globe have been helpful in reducing the pressure on the health systems. 

Lockdowns buying time & reducing pressure, but won't extinguish epidemics alone: WHO chief - Republic World