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UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Coronavirus continues to take people’s lives every day, and treatment for it seems remote. In a year’s time, the vaccine that fights the new “coronavirus may not be ready. The head of the World Health Organization for Albania, Raul Gonzalez Montero, says scientists are continuing their research, but it takes time to reach a conclusion.

“We have an advantage and are using similar cases of coronaviruses like SARS, so the process has accelerated. But don’t expect to have a vaccine for 12 or 18 months. We must keep this in mind so as not to create false expectations. Therefore it will be very difficult to get a vaccine within one year or one and a half years. As for the treatment, scientists and WHO are also constantly researching to get a result,” he said at a news conference.

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Coronavirus is the latest threat to public health worldwide. Global emergency says the head of the WHO is also having negative effects on the economy. “Inevitably, this has a huge global impact on the economy. If Chinese products are blocked this has an impact on the economy of other countries as well. For example, a major mobile telephony event will be held in Spain.

Traditionally all major telecommunications companies have participated, but can now be delayed or canceled after many companies and countries have canceled their participation. This is an example of how this global emergency has affected the economy. ”

Our country has not yet been affected by the coronavirus, and the measures being implemented are in line with WHO recommendations.

“Albania is facing this challenge like any other European state. This is something new for all countries. WHO recommendations are being implemented in your country, and case identification capacity needs to be increased. I emphasize that there should be no panic in the population regarding this issue,” said Montero.

According to the head of the WHO, coronavirus has a low mortality of about 2%, but the problem remains very fast spreading from person to person.

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