There might never be a "Silver Bullet" of COVID-19, says WHO.
In pic : Hope to provide some successful vaccines to keep people from being infected: Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
The World Health Organization reported on Monday that given the effort to discover successful vaccines, there could never be a "silver bullet" for the new coronavirus!
The WHO advised governments and people to concentrate on doing the established necessities such as monitoring, touch tracking, maintaining physical distance, and wearing a mask to contain the pandemic that has caused a catastrophic economic crisis that has disrupted normal life across the globe.
According to a count from official sources collected by AFP, the novel coronavirus has killed nearly 690,000 people and infected at least 18.1 million since the epidemic began in Wuhan , China last December.
On July 10, the United Nations Health Agency sent Beijing an epidemiologist and an animal health expert to lay the foundation for a trial to determine how the virus reached the human race.
Scientists suspect that the killer virus transferred from animals to humans, likely from a market in Wuhan City where exotic animals were sold for meat.
Early in the outbreak, Chinese officials said the virus may have spread from a city market that sold live and wild animals, but no further confirmation has been revealed about that.