Who: list the epidemic as a sign of human to human transmission in international public health events

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 Who: list the epidemic as a sign of human to human transmission in international public health events


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[global network report] according to the official tweet of the World Health Organization, Tan Desai, director general of the organization, said in a speech in Geneva on February 3 about the decision to list pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus as a public health emergency of international concern (pheic), the decision to list it as pheic is mainly due to signs of human to human transmission, and I They are concerned about what happens if the virus spreads in a country with a weak health system.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)) (); on the evening of January 30 local time, the World Health Organization announced that it would list the new coronavirus epidemic as public health emergencies of international concern, stressed that it is not recommended to implement travel and trade restrictions, and highly affirmed Chinas prevention and control measures. In response, foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said that since the outbreak of pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus, the Chinese government has been taking the most comprehensive and strict prevention and control measures in a highly responsible attitude towards peoples health, many of which are far beyond the requirements of the international health regulations. We have full confidence and ability to win the prevention and control of the epidemic. At the same time, China, in an open, transparent and responsible manner, timely informs all parties concerned of the epidemic information and shares the gene sequence of the virus. The World Health Organization and many countries have fully affirmed and highly praised this. China and who have always maintained close communication and good cooperation. Who experts visited Wuhan on the spot. Director general Tan Desai visited China a few days ago. He fully exchanged views with China on epidemic prevention and control, fully affirmed Chinas prevention and control work, and highly appreciated Chinas great contribution to the world in fighting the epidemic. China is willing to continue to work with who and other countries to jointly safeguard global and regional public health security. Source: global network editor in charge: Du Shuo, nb12556

On the evening of January 30 local time, the World Health Organization announced that it would list the new coronavirus epidemic as a public health emergency of international concern, stressed that it is not recommended to implement travel and trade restrictions, and once again highly affirmed Chinas prevention and control measures. In response, foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said that since the outbreak of pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus, the Chinese government has been taking the most comprehensive and strict prevention and control measures in a highly responsible attitude towards peoples health, many of which are far beyond the requirements of the international health regulations. We have full confidence and ability to win the prevention and control of the epidemic.

At the same time, China, in an open, transparent and responsible manner, timely informs all parties concerned of the epidemic information and shares the gene sequence of the virus. The World Health Organization and many countries have fully affirmed and highly praised this.

China and who have always maintained close communication and good cooperation. Who experts visited Wuhan on the spot. Director general Tan Desai visited China a few days ago. He fully exchanged views with China on epidemic prevention and control, fully affirmed Chinas prevention and control work, and highly appreciated Chinas great contribution to the world in fighting the epidemic. China is willing to continue to work with who and other countries to jointly safeguard global and regional public health security.