Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a press briefing Wednesday that with how many confirmed cases already over nine-point-one million, it's projected to surpass ten million in the coming days, according to Dailymotion.
South Africa, which accounts for about half of the infections on the African continent with more than 118,000, reported a record of almost 6600 new cases after loosening what had been one of the world's strictest lockdowns earlier this month.
The world tally stands at around 9.39 million cases, including more than 481,000 deaths and nearly 4.72 million recovered patients.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has asked all nations to make it an urgent responsibility to suppress transmission of the coronavirus and save lives, as research into vaccines and therapeutic continues.
Dr Ghebreyesus said another challenge was that many patients with critical disease needed a higher flow rate of oxygen than was produced by most commercially available concentrators.
According to WHO, Latin America and U.S. are especially seeing a surge in cases these days.
Europe has seen a surge of Covid-19 cases since countries on the continent began easing restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the deadly virus, the United Nations health agency said yesterday.
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The US has a lot more recognized cases of the coronavirus than any other nation, with a lot more than two.three million folks contaminated and a lot more than 121,000 dead.
This has been area of intense focus for World Health Organization since the beginning of the outbreak, as patients in severe and critical condition can not bring enough of it into their bloodstreams, by breathing normally.
"The numbers respond to response", said Ryan. "Demand is now outstripping supply".
An oxygen concentrator is a delivery device which compresses the surrounding air, removes nitrogen and then delivers purified oxygen to the patient.
It also hoping 2 billion vaccines doses, including 1 billion to be bought by low- and middle-income countries will be available by the end of 2021.
To ease shortages, World Health Organization is buying them for countries that need them most, he said, and ongoing talks with suppliers have led to the purchase of 14,000 concentrators, which World Health Organization will send to 120 countries in the coming weeks.