Worst is yet to come: warns WHO Head

The WHO chief warned on April 20 that the worst was yet to come in the Coronavirus outbreak, reviving the alarm just as many countries, including Pakistan, ease restrictive measures aimed at reducing its spread.
“Trust us. The worst is yet ahead of us. Let’s prevent this tragedy. It’s a virus that many people still don’t understand,” DG Tedros Ghebreyesus said.
He said this virus had a very dangerous combination…like the 1918 Spanish flu that killed up to 100 million people.
Tedros called the illness public enemy No.1 and said: “We have been warning from day one: This is a devil that everyone should fight.”