Dr Anthony Fauci, the US government’s top infectious-disease expert, says the World Health Organization had to backtrack on its statement about asymptomatic spread of the coronavirus being rare because that simply “was not correct.”
WHO’s the technical lead on the pandemic has tried to clear up “misunderstandings” about comments she made that were widely understood to suggest that people without COVID-19 symptoms rarely transmit the virus. Maria Van Kerkhove insisted Tuesday that she was referring only to a few studies, not a complete picture.
the situation of COVID-19 pandemic is becoming bad to worse in most parts of the world, in this situation, WHO remained under an extreme level of criticism from the White House. US President, Donald Trump himself have made a very clear stand that he remained very unhappy from the performance of WHO in all this situation.
Weighing in on Wednesday, Fauci said the range of ways symptoms manifest is “extraordinary” in that some infected people have no or barely noticeable symptoms while others have more severe symptoms that require them to be hospitalized in intensive care.