The coronavirus pandemic is “quickening”, with in excess of 300,000 cases currently recorded worldwide and from about each nation, the leader of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday.

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO executive general, called for political duty and said he would address the Group of 20 pioneers this week and request that they cooperate to help creation of essential defensive apparatus for social insurance laborers.

Dr. Mike Ryan, leader of WHO’s crises program, got some information about the Tokyo 2020 Games because of open on July 24, said he accepted a choice would be made “very soon” in regards to their future.

“We have each certainty the Japanese government and the IOC (International Olympic Committee) would not continue with any Games on the off chance that it is risky to competitors and observers,” Ryan said.

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