The World Health Organization warned on Friday that despite progress with vaccinations, COVID-19 is likely to claim more lives in its second year than it did in the first.
“We’re on track for the second year of the pandemic to be far more deadly than the first,” Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO director-general, said on Friday. “Saving lives and livelihoods with a combination of public health measures and vaccinations, not one or the other, is the only way out of the pandemic.”
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