World Health Organization Emergency Committee Convenes For Corona Virus


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The World Health Organization has announced that an emergency committee will convene for the corona virus, which has emerged in China and is seen mainly in peripheral countries such as Australia, Canada, the United States, France and Germany.
In China, the most populous country in the world, and the deadly effects of the corona virus has been rocking the agenda in China, while cases continue to increase in the world began to be seen in various countries.

Cases of the corona virus, seen in countries other than China, have killed 132 people so far. Countries where cases have been seen include Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Thailand, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, France, Canada, the United States, Australia and Germany.

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According to official figures, 132 people have been killed and 6 thousand people have been infected with the virus found in many different countries caused panic in people. World Health Organization (WHO) Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus also announced that an emergency committee would be convened to assess whether the corona virus posed a global epidemic threat.

The World Health Organization, which issued a press release simultaneously with the announcement, said that the meeting would indicate that the virus was transmitted in close contact, and that it would be advised not to go to countries where the virus was seen. It also said it was focusing on clinical trials related to the virus, which has been seen in 15 countries.

The World Health Organization has called for action to be taken for the virus, saying the virus is a problem not only for China but also for the whole world. It is feared that the virus, which has not yet been seen in our country and which has caused some cities in China to be quarantined, will be identified in more countries and people.