Europe Foundation slams WHO head over spread of coronavirus


Japan on Thursday criticized the head of the World Health Organization, accusing him of being incapable of managing the coronavirus crisis.

Statement of the Europe Peace Foundation:

There are 1,502,618 confirmed cases and the total number of deaths is 89,915 while 339,775 people have recovered. More than half of all the confirmed cases have been in Europe, with Spain and Italy worst affected. However, the United States now has twice as many confirmed cases as any other country. These series of maps and charts, track the spread of the virus since it emerged in China in December last year.

In recent days, a new report has struck the world with calamity. The novel Coronavirus pandemic happening in the world is being compounded after knowing that the WHO (World Health Organization) management has been deplorable, ineffective and negligent.

Since the beginning of April, the Europe Peace Foundation (EPF) has closely monitored the discontent and concern expressed internationally with the current management of WHO regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

The criticism is mainly addressing current WHO’s Director general, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who is currently facing criticism regarding covering up the actual figures of the Coronavirus outbreak. In addition, we’ve found that there have been a series of errors and delays in actions to deal with the first and worldwide massive outbreak.

This management is being questioned based on statistical tests that indicate the growth curve of the outbreak to be exponentially greater, considering the time that the virus has been present since its first cases to its rapid growth throughout the West.


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