“COVID-19” Pandemic Deaths Exceeded 4 Million Cases, WHO Says

Geneva, The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the recorded deaths of the novel coronavirus "COVID-19" pandemic exceeded four million cases, and the number of recorded infections reached 183 million cases, while the real numbers are much higher.

The WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom stressed, in a press conference, that the coronavirus pandemic was difficult for everyone, particularly for children, calling for the need to support them with artificial respiration, as it led to a rise in cases of family and social exhaustion, and negatively affected networks care. In this regard, he announced that the organization will hold a meeting tomorrow, Thursday, on the impact of the epidemic on Children's mental health.

He added that the WHO recommended the use of Interleukin-6 antibodies to treat serious cases of “COVID-19” along with Corticosteroids to reduce the threat of death by 17% .

Source: Saudi Press Agency