Geneva: The head of the World Health Organization has expressed hope that the coronavirus could be eradicated in two years.
Speaking in Geneva, according to the British Broadcasting Corporation, the head of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Adhanom, said that it took two years to control the Spanish flu that spread in 1918, but the current innovation and technology could enable the world to fight the virus in less time. Be controlled
“Of course, more interaction has the potential to spread the virus faster,” he said.
“At the moment we have the technology and the information to stop the virus,” said Dr. Teddors.
The head of the World Health Organization called for national unity and global solidarity to eradicate the coronavirus.
It should be noted that the Spanish flu that spread in 1918 killed about 5 million people and the coronavirus has so far killed 800,000 people worldwide while the virus has infected more than 22 million people.