Top WHO officials suppose that Coronavirus – a virus that causes COVID-19 pandemic – may not disappear itself, and there will be a huge effort to control this epidemic.

In a video conference in Geneva, Mike Ryan, the executive director of emergencies of the World Health Organization, said that we should consider a possibility that this kind of virus can become an endemic virus in the community, and it may never go away.

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Dr.Myke Ryan, the executive director of emergencies and Chief Tedros Adhanom.

He also emphasized that people should become more realistic and no one could predict when the pandemic can go away. There would be no promise regarding this situation. COVID-19 is likely to become a long-term issue, maybe not.

However, the expert also believed the world can hold partly control in dealing with the epidemic, although there needs to be a lot of effort, even when a vaccine is actually created – that is considered as a great success in controlling the Coronavirus.

There have been more than 100 types of potential vaccines under development, and some have been clinically tested on humans. However, experts further confirmed that it is difficult to produce vaccines for the Coronavirus.

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The COVID-19 has shown high risks at both national, region, and global levels.

Ryan also said that many diseases, such as measles, haven’t disappeared completely, in spite of their vaccines.

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus figured out that the circle of this pandemic has been under our control, and this will be a common mission of all humans from the world.

Dr. Ryan said that it will be necessary to control the COVID-19 considerably in a bid to minimize the current risks. WHO now defines the COVID-19 has shown high risks at both national, region, and global levels.

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There have been more than 100 types of potential vaccines under development.

In addition, the governments across the world have been in a battle with finding out how to reopen the economy safely while the virus hasn’t disappeared. There have been about 4.3M cases and 2.91 lakh deaths in the whole world.

European Union has hastened the reopening of bloc’s borders that have been temporarily closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, public health experts say that reopening borders needs to draw special attention as a way to avoid a new outbreak. Ryan also points out that reopening land borders may bring fewer risks than loosening limits that allow people to travel on air – that may become another challenge.