The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is no reason to be overly concerned about the new corona strain in Britain. Business Today reports.
Michael Ryan, the WHO’s emergency chief, told a news conference: We have been able to control them. So there is no reason to think that this new situation is out of hand. However, it would not be right to remain silent about this.
Many claims that this new strain of corona is releasing 80 percent faster than before. And this is where the cause of fear has been created. In this context, Hu said on Monday that although the new strain spread rapidly, the situation is still not out of hand.
New strains of the corona were caught in England, southeast, and east England in September. British Health Secretary Matt Hancock recently said the situation had spiraled out of control due to the new strain. Since then, the world has banned all 30 passengers from the UK and all air links. Many countries around the world, including Europe, have already banned British flights.