WHO said that the widespread use of face cloths among the population is only justified when the access to water for washing hands is limited or it is difficult to maintain the physical distance.
The WHO he denied that the face cloths be the “solution miracle” to curb the pandemic Covid-19 and your widespread use between the population only justified when the access to water for wash hands it limited or is difficult keep the physical distance.
There is No binary response, or solution miracle. The masks alone can not curb the pandemic of Covid-19″, stressed the director of the World Organization of Health, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, during a press conference on telematics from Geneva this Monday.
In addition, your use you must reserved for the health professionals given the shortage, and can be “justified” between the population if other measuresas the washing of hands and the physical distanceare difficult to put into practice by lack of water or because the population density is high, he added.
Since its appearance in December in China, the pandemic of Covid-19 has caused over 70 thousand dead in the world, 50 thousand of which in Europe, and pegged officially to 1.25 million people.
The who has pointed out that it is not necessary for healthy people to wear face cloths, except if they are in contact with sick people.
However, studies cited by the academies in the u.s. science seem to agree on the hypothesis that the virus could be transmitted by air between people who speak or breathe, and not only by the droplets projected by sneezing or by contact with contaminated surfaces.
Even so, the WHO remains cautious about it.
On the other hand, the artist us Lady Gaga stepped in live during the press conference to announce a concert that will be broadcast on television and online on the 18 April “in support of the health professionals on the front line” against the pandemic.
In the show will participate in Andrea Bocelli, Chris Martin, David Beckham, Elton John, John Legend, Keith Urban, Lang Lang, Paul McCartney, Priyanka Chopra, Jonas, Shah Rukh Khan and Stevie Wonder.
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