According to the who, 90percent of the countries suffered from health service interruption due to the epidemic, calling for cautious unsealing

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 According to the who, 90percent of the countries suffered from health service interruption due to the epidemic, calling for cautious unsealing


In addition, tandesse also briefed on whos work on Beirut, where the recent big explosion occurred. More than 6500 people were injured, 300000 people were homeless and health infrastructure and medical supplies were severely damaged in Beirut. Who and its partners are providing care for the injured, ensuring access to basic health services for everyone, helping health workers and communities, and helping rebuild damaged hospitals. Novel coronavirus pneumonia was released weekly by the World Health Organization. From August 24 to 30, more than 1.8 million confirmed cases and more than 38000 deaths were reported worldwide in a week. Compared with the week before August 17-23, new diagnoses increased by 1% and new deaths decreased by 3%. The Americas region is still the region most affected by the epidemic, and the newly diagnosed cases accounted for about 50% of the global newly diagnosed cases last week; the number of confirmed cases in Southeast Asia last week showed the highest record growth, with more than 500000 new confirmed cases. Source: China News Network Editor in charge: Wu Yanli_ NBJS6202

In addition, tandesse also briefed on whos work on Beirut, where the recent big explosion occurred. More than 6500 people were injured, 300000 people were homeless and health infrastructure and medical supplies were severely damaged in Beirut. Who and its partners are providing care for the injured, ensuring access to basic health services for everyone, helping health workers and communities, and helping rebuild damaged hospitals.

Novel coronavirus pneumonia was released weekly by the World Health Organization. From August 24 to 30, more than 1.8 million confirmed cases and more than 38000 deaths were reported worldwide in a week. Compared with the week before August 17-23, new diagnoses increased by 1% and new deaths decreased by 3%. The Americas region is still the region most affected by the epidemic, and the newly diagnosed cases accounted for about 50% of the global newly diagnosed cases last week; the number of confirmed cases in Southeast Asia last week showed the highest record growth, with more than 500000 new confirmed cases.