The lack of a coordinated global effort has made Corona worse, United Nations said

The lack of a coordinated global effort has made Corona worse, United Nations said

GENEVA: The death toll from COD-19 worldwide has risen to more than two million despite the launch of the Corna vaccination campaign in several countries, with the UN Secretary-General responsible for the lack of a concerted global effort. Declared.

According to the World News Agency, the UN Secretary-General expressed his sorrow over the fact that the number of deaths from Corona worldwide has exceeded 2 million and that more than 91.9 million people have been infected with this terrible virus. Declared a pity.

Corona vaccination campaigns are underway in the United States, European countries, and a few Gulf countries, and there is hope for an end to the epidemic in those countries, but in other parts of the world it is still a long way off. The deadliest milestone has been reached.

Corona vaccine has not yet been introduced in most of the world's population (mostly in poor or developing countries), but even in countries where vaccination is ongoing, the process takes another year or 18 months to complete. can.

According to Johns Hopkins University, the total death toll from the epidemic is equal to the population of Brussels, Mecca, or Vienna, with the highest death toll in continental Europe at 650,000 and 560 deaths, followed by Latin America and the Caribbean at 542. There were 470,000 deaths in the United States and Canada.

In view of this situation, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has called for global solidarity in tackling the epidemic, saying that the lack of coordinated global efforts has exacerbated the deadly effects of the epidemic, which is unfortunate. That's it. "

In his video message, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres added that touching 2 million Corona deaths was a heartbreaking milestone.