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Warn that New Coronary Pneumonia will become a terrestrial health expert: to learn to coexist

The global epidemic of the new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic may pose a long-term risk to the health of all human beings. Ryan, the executive director of the World Health Organization ’s Emergency Plan for Public Health, warned at the WHO meeting yesterday that the new coronavirus is a completely new virus that is likely to become a terrestrial disease in the region like AIDS and exist for a long time. When to terminate, but to learn to coexist with it. He continued by referring to the fact that more than one hundred potential epidemic diseases are currently being developed, and several of them have reached the clinical trial stage, but none of them can be guaranteed to be safe and effective. In addition, even though measles has been developed by humans, vaccines cannot completely eradicate measles.

■ WHO expert Ryan pointed out that the new coronary pneumonia virus is likely to become terroir disease.
WHO expert Ryan pointed out that the new coronary pneumonia virus is likely to become terroir disease.

  Ryan also pointed out that at present, all countries are gradually relaxing the restrictions on social distance, but the WHO cannot ensure that there will not be a new wave of outbreaks afterwards, so it is still recommended to maintain relevant measures. The so-called “return to daily life” still has a long way to go. Countries should do their utmost to strengthen anti-epidemic and epidemic prevention, so lifting the blockade prematurely may be very dangerous.

  In response, Zhang Zhujun, director of the Department of Infectious Diseases of the Center for Health Protection, said that the outbreak of the New Coronary Pneumonia is a global problem. It is very difficult to have no cases and “broken tails” in all places. To accept the coexistence of this disease with humans. It remains to be seen whether it will be “wave after wave” or if the flu appears in a particular season.

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