One COVID-19 Death Recorded Every 12 Seconds Last Week – WHO

1/25/2022 11:59:00 AM

One COVID-19 Death Recorded Every 12 Seconds Last Week – WHO

One COVID-19 Death Recorded Every 12 Seconds Last Week – WHO

At least one person died of complications related to COVID-19 on the average last week, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. WHO Director-General, Tedros Ghebreyesus, stated this on Monday in his opening remarks at the 150th session of the global agency’s Executive Board in Geneva, Switzerland. He informed the session that it was … Continue reading One COVID-19 Death Recorded Every 12 Seconds Last Week – WHO

A file photo of WHO Director-General, Tedros Ghebreyesus, attending a press briefing on COVID-19 at the WHO headquarters in Geneva. Fabrice COFFRINI / AFPWHO Director-General, Tedros Ghebreyesus, stated this on Monday in his opening remarks at the 150th session of the global agency’s Executive Board in Geneva, Switzerland.

“Two years later, almost 350 million cases have been reported, and more than 5.5 million deaths – and we know these numbers are an underestimate. On average last week, 100 cases were reported every three seconds, and somebody lost their life to COVID-19 every 12 seconds.

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NCDC Confirms 228 COVID-19 Cases In 13 States, FCTNigeria has confirmed 228 new cases of COVID-19 in various parts of the country, said the Federal Government agency responsible for the control of disease outbreaks. Giving an update on the outbreak of the disease in a Facebook post on Monday, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) disclosed that the new cases were … Continue reading NCDC Confirms 228 COVID-19 Cases In 13 States, FCT Make una rest for once with audio Covid-19

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Akinola Ajibola   Updated January 25, 2022 A file photo of WHO Director-General, Tedros Ghebreyesus, attending a press briefing on COVID-19 at the WHO headquarters in Geneva.pandemic and 241 fresh infections across eight states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).A file photo of an NCDC official and two others on duty.Super Eagles to depart Cameroon today after AFCON ouster Earlier, there had been reports that with all three goalkeepers unavailable due to positive Covid-19 tests and injury, giant-killers Comoros will place an outfield player between the posts when they tackle hosts Cameroon on Monday.

Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP   At least one person died of complications related to COVID-19 on the average last week, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. WHO Director-General, Tedros Ghebreyesus, stated this on Monday in his opening remarks at the 150th session of the global agency’s Executive Board in Geneva, Switzerland. NCDC added that the latest figure of confirmed cases has increased Nigeria’s infection toll to 252,428, including currently active cases of 22,655. He informed the session that it was already two years since WHO declared COVID-19 a global health emergency. Of the cases, the FCT recorded the highest number of infections – 110 and was followed by Gombe and Lagos which reported 38 and 32 new cases respectively. “This Sunday marks two years since I declared a public health emergency of international concern – the highest level of alarm under international law – over the spread of COVID-19,” said Ghebreyesus. It added that a total of 227,004 have been successfully treated and discharged nationwide. “At the time, there were fewer than 100 cases and no deaths reported outside China.

“Two years later, almost 350 million cases have been reported, and more than 5. FCT followed with 20 cases; Delta State, 13, while Kwara State recorded three cases. READ ALSO Lagos Declares COVID-19 Fourth Wave Over Since the country reported its first case in late February 2020, Nigeria has confirmed a total of 252,187 infections out of which 226,408 infected people have been discharged.5 million deaths – and we know these numbers are an underestimate. On average last week, 100 cases were reported every three seconds, and somebody lost their life to COVID-19 every 12 seconds. NCDC added that eight states: Cross River, Ekiti, Kano,. “Since Omicron was first identified just nine weeks ago, more than 80 million cases have been reported to WHO – more than were reported in the whole of 2020.2 million Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines donated by the United States. So far, the explosion in cases has not been matched by a surge in deaths, although deaths are increasing in all regions, especially in Africa, the region with the least access to vaccines.

” READ ALSO NCDC Confirms 228 COVID-19 Cases In 13 States, FCT According to the WHO chief, the questions many are asking include where the world stands as it relates to COVID-19, where it’s headed, and when the pandemic will. He admitted that people would live with COVID-19 for the foreseeable future and would need to learn to manage it through a sustained and integrated system for acute respiratory diseases, which would provide a platform for preparedness for future pandemics. Ambassador, Beth Leonard, at the National Strategic Warehouse in Abuja.   ‘Everyone Is Tired’ Ghebreyesus, however, believes learning to live with the virus cannot mean giving it a free ride or accepting almost 50 thousand deaths a week from a preventable and treatable disease. He added that such a situation does not amount to succumbing to an unacceptable burden on health systems, especially when exhausted health workers go once again to the front line daily. The WHO chief explained that there were different scenarios for how the pandemic could play out, and how the acute phase could end, warning that to assume Omicron would be the last variant would be dangerous. Mission in Nigeria had said in a statement.

“On the contrary, globally the conditions are ideal for more variants to emerge. To change the course of the pandemic, we must change the conditions that are driving it,” he said. “We recognise that everyone is tired of this pandemic; that people are tired of restrictions on their movement, travel, and other freedoms; that economies and businesses are hurting; and that many governments are walking a tightrope, attempting to balance what is effective with what is acceptable to their people. To date, the United States has delivered more than 370 million vaccine doses to over 110 countries.” On the vaccination drive, Ghebreyesus revealed that 86 member states could not reach last year’s target of vaccinating 40 per cent of their populations. He stated that 34 member states, most of them in Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean region, have not been able to vaccinate even 10 per of their populations while 85 per cent of the population of Africa has yet to receive a single dose of vaccine.

“Just a week ago, COVAX delivered its one billionth dose,” the WHO chief hinted.S-donated doses of COVID-19 vaccines to the Nigerian people. “In the past 10 weeks, COVAX shipped more vaccines than in the previous 10 months combined. “The challenges of supply we have faced in the past year are now being replaced by the challenge of rolling out vaccines as fast and far as possible. WHO and our partners are working with countries around the clock to overcome these challenges.” More on Headlines .