The World Health Organization, WHO, has recently confirmed that their is a total number of over 300,000 coronavirus cases all over the world.
The director-general of WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, made the confirmation on Monday, said the first 100,000 cases took about 67 days to be confirmed, the second 100,000 cases took about 11 days, and the last 100,000 took only four days.
While describing it as heartbreaking news, Ghebreyesus state that the most alarming is the number of care personnel and doctors that are infected.
He warned, “When those who should take care of others are ill, it will lead to many deaths.”
He advised G20 countries to team up and produce protective gear and that it must be distributed fairly and mainly to countries that need most.
The G20 countries are the most important industrialized and emerging countries, which together account for over 80 percent of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP).