World may be tired, but COVID-19 is not tired of us: WHO chief
The World Health Organization's chief called Monday on everyone to keep fighting Covid-19, warning that while we may be sick of battling the pandemic, the virus is "not tired of us".
Speaking to WHO's main annual assembly, which resumed Monday after being cut short in May, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus also hailed the election of Joe Biden as the next US president, voicing hope it could signal tighter global cooperation to end the pandemic.
It was vital, he said, for people to follow the science and resist the urge to turn a blind eye to the virus."We might be tired of COVID-19. But it is not tired of us," he said.Tedros, speaking from quarantine after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for Covid-19, warned that the virus preys on weakness.