World Health Organization

The director of the World Health Organization urged people to practice “the basics of public health" to stop outbreaks of COVID-19.
The side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are pushing hungry communities around the world over the edge.
The number of confirmed infections worldwide has passed 14.2 million, with 3.7 million accounted for by the U.S. alone.
The ongoing pandemic shows just how dangerous, and deadly, his continued rejection of science and expertise can be.
“These particles could be inhaled by other people who are in the vicinity, in the room, and this could be called airborne transmission."
A group of scientists is urging the World Health Organization to take the threat of airborne transmission of the coronavirus more seriously.
Airborne transmission could dramatically shift safety guidelines, requiring more mask usage and better air circulation indoors.
The United States reported more than 55,400 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, a new daily global record.
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The Jacksonville order came on the same day the head of the World Health Organization warned that the pandemic is “not even close to being over."