What do we need to do to control the spread of Delta variant?

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “What do we need to do to control the spread of Delta variant?” – below is their description.

Much of the increase in COVID-19 cases 🌍 is being driven by the highly-transmissible Delta variant. To control it, we need:

-stronger surveillance

-more strategic testing

-patients to receive early clinical care

-well-trained & well-protected Man health workerWoman health worker

-more R&D

-more vaccines

World Health Organization (WHO) YouTube Channel

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