January 28, 2022

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Chief Medical Officer warns Kovid virus could be as deadly as Ebola outbreak

Chief Medical Officer warns Kovid virus could be as deadly as Ebola outbreak

Other mutations in the Kovid-19 virus produce an infectious disease such as the delta and a deadly strain of the Ebola virus. This is a serious warning from the World Medical Association.

Frank Ulrich Montgomery, president of the World Medical Association (WMA) of the World Medical Association (WMA), expressed his concerns to German group Funky Media Group newspapers on Saturday. He emphasized the importance of notGive the virus a chance“Change more. To achieve this, it may be necessary to keep. “Vaccinate the world over the yearsDit Montgomery.

The Ebola virus was first discovered in 1976 in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with the new strain of Kovid-19 disease being able to compensate for the devastating effects on humans, as warned by the Arab World Union chief. The deadliest outbreak of the disease in West Africa between 2014 and 2016 killed more than 11,000 people. According to the World Health Organization, viral illness causes high fever and internal bleeding, with an average mortality rate of 50%. However, some known species cause 90% of deaths in all cases, which is devastating.

When asked about the situation in his hometown of Germany, Montgomery warned that the number of Kovid-19 infections could double in the next 10 days. He also called for tougher measures in the country, urging authorities to close all Christmas markets and ban celebrations, as well as fireworks. Scientists predict that if Kovid’s fourth wave continues unabated, businesses across the country will need to close and shut down. He stressed that all measures taken now would have a clear effect in only two weeks, along with the vaccine campaign, the delay could be up to six weeks.

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The gloomy outlook is growing after the discovery of a new omicran species in South Africa. On Friday, the World Health Organization officially launched Omicron aAlternative concern.While scientists are still studying the new species, there are already concerns that the highly mutated Kovid variant may be more contagious than its predecessors.