W.H.O: Covid-19 Could Surge Again in Brazil, Caution Is Key Now

The World Health Organization's Executive Director recommended that the country maintain its focus on measures such as physical distancing, improved hygiene, preventing crowds and support to the population.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The World Health Organization's (W.H.O.) Executive Director, Michael Ryan, was asked at a press conference on Wednesday, June 17th, whether the Covid-19 pandemic may have stabilized in Brazil. According to him, the picture "is still very severe" in the country. "The increase in the number of cases is definitely not as exponential as before. There are some signs of stabilization," he said.

However, Ryan warned that similar events occurred in other nations. "We've seen it happen before. There may be signs of stabilization for a few days and then the disease . . .

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