United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Monday that the COVID-19 pandemic is the greatest challenge of our age and it must be a wake-up call for all nations.
WHO said on Tuesday that some treatments appear to be limiting the severity or length of the COVID-19 respiratory disease and said the body is focusing on learning more about four or five of the most promising ones.
Iran stood at the third rank after China and the United States in the field of clinical research and trials with the aim of examining the effectiveness of treatment strategies against the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, WHO says.
The coronavirus pandemic requires an unprecedented global response, and reducing the funding of the World Health Organization, which champions that response, is untimely, UN Secretary-General says.
The UN on Thursday issued a new appeal for $4.7 billion in funding to “protect millions of lives and stem the spread of coronavirus in fragile countries.”
The WHO said on Tuesday that a report that COVID-19 had emerged in December in France, sooner than previously thought, was "not surprising", and urged countries to investigate any other early suspicious cases.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has denied the US’ claims that the coronavirus could have originated at a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
An American academic and political analyst said the COVID-19 crisis has revealed all inequalities and disparities of the Western society, stressing that the shift of power from the West to the East is inescapable.
COVID-19 will be around for a long time and one of the greatest dangers is complacency, World Health Organization (WHO) chief warned Wednesday.
New studies indicate that up to 230 million people may have had coronavirus and survived, WHO expert says.