WHO: World won’t be done with COVID-19 pandemic by the end of the year

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The World Health Organization’s emergencies director Michael Ryan said on Monday it is unrealistic to think that the world will be done with the COVID-19 pandemic by the end of the year, noting that it might be possible to take the sting of tragedy out of the coronavirus crisis by reducing hospitalizations and deaths.

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