WHO Europe: Coronavirus is a tornado with a long tail

Published on August 27, 2020 - Duration: 01:24s

WHO Europe: Coronavirus is a tornado with a long tail

WHO regional director for Europe Hans Kluge gives an update on coronavirus inthe region, warning that the virus is a "tornado with a long tail".

Thecomment refered to children now necessarily falling ill from Covid-19, butthen passing it on to the vulnerable elderly population.


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