Tedros was responding to a question about whether criticism from world leaders such as President Donald Trump in the midst of a global pandemic makes it more hard to operate the WHO. Tedros' comments were irresponsible and he should clarify them and apologize to Taiwan, Ou said. Dr Tedros said he had been at the receiving end of racist comments for the past two to three months.
Out of the 5,734 cases; 5,095 are active COVID-19 cases and 472 cases have recovered or discharged, while one case has migrated. Overall, the research could have significant implications for how public health officials choose to allocate resources like ventilators and respirators as the coronavirus spreads.
On advice from his doctor, Johnson was admitted to St Thomas' Hospital in central London on Sunday after he experienced coughing and a high temperature. Raab said ministers had "very clear directions, very clear instructions" from Johnson. 'The PM has been clear about what should happen and put in place a caretaker.
I think you need to say we'll stop doing this element of the shutdown and then we'll wait and we'll look at the data. The WHO Director-General who condemned the statement which he described as the statement as "racist" and a hangover of "colonial mentality" and a "disgrace" on scholars in the 21st century, said "Africa can't and won't be a testing ground for any vaccine".
Cyclone Harold has been effectively stalled off Vanuatu's central islands for much of the past day, growing in strength and size as it slowly makes its way towards land. "We have relief items in place ready for distribution, including plastic sheeting and ropes for temporary shelter, hygiene kits and jerry cans, as well as education supplies to help get children back to school as quickly as possible".
A spokesperson for NYC's Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) told the New York Post that the city's morgues now have "adequate space". The death toll in New York City typically averaged 20 to 25 people a day before the outbreak; now it's around 200.