WHO: People Must Respect Coronavirus, New Variants Coming Soon

This isn’t the WHO director. But the WHO director feels the same.

It’s all about respect.


Speaking to Sky News on Monday, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Covid-19 special envoy, Dr David Nabarro, warned that the pandemic could still throw up “challenges and surprises” despite the progress that has been made in some parts of the world in tackling the coronavirus.

Criticizing politicians who are playing down the threat still posed by the virus, Nabarro said they “should not suggest” that Covid be treated like the flu or that it “has suddenly got incredibly weak.”

“We must go on treating it as though it is full of surprises, very nasty and rather cunning,” Nabarro stated, claiming that while “the end is in sight,” it is not known how long it is “going to take to get there” or “what sort of difficulties” will emerge along the way out of the pandemic.

I do want everybody to do one thing, and that is to go on treating this virus with respect. It has not changed. It’s absolutely not suddenly become a soft thing – it is still very serious,” Nabarro added.

Many people continue to refuse to accept that this virus is going to kill all of us.

No matter how many bodies pile up in the streets, they continue to think it is a game.

However, the virus itself is still less of a threat than the people who don’t believe in it hard enough.