Tuesday, November 17, 2020

WHO expert confirms 65 coronavirus cases among headquarters staff since beginning of the pandemic

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Geneva [Switzerland], November 17 (ANI): The World Health Organization on Monday (nearby time) uncovered that 65 individuals from staff have tried positive for Covid since the start of the pandemic.

"Since the beginning of the pandemic, an aggregate of 65 WHO staff positioned in Geneva- - telecommuting and on location - have tried positive for COVID-19. We have not yet settled whether any transmission has happened nearby, yet are investigating the issue," WHO tweeted.

In the accompanying tweet, it stated, "WHO staff who were affirmed positive with COVID-19 in Geneva have gotten the essential clinical consideration. WHO did full contact following and related conventions. Upgraded cleaning conventions were actualized in significant workplaces."

"Out of the 65 recorded COVID-19 cases among WHO HQ staff to date, 49 have happened over the most recent two months, in accordance with the epidemiological circumstance in Geneva and encompassing regions," WHO added.

As per the most recent information by Johns Hopkins University, internationally upwards of 54,678,159 individuals have tried COVID-19 positive and 1,321,403 passings have been accounted for up until this point. (ANI)

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