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WHO's Europe chief said autumn and winter would pose a "tricky situation" with schools reopening, the onset of the flu season and increased mortality among older people in winter months in general.
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Dr Tedros said such allegations are "untrue and unacceptable" and warned against politicising the coronavirus pandemic.
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The UN has called on wealthy nations to do more to help the poorest deal with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, which it says could undo decades of development.
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The notification will be effective at the end of a one-year period, July 6, 2021, according to several officials in the US government - meaning the decision could be reversed under a new administration.
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The WHO said the biggest increase was in North and South America as countries begin to relax lockdown measures.
Coronavirus pandemic "accelerating" as Brazil tops one million cases
The organisation reported on Friday the highest number in terms of new coronavirus cases ever recorded, warning that the pandemic is exposing migrants to "an even more severe hardship".
WHO walks back comments on asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19
"We don’t actually have that answer yet:" a top WHO official says it’s not known how frequently people without symptoms of COVID-19 pass the disease on to others – a day after appearing to suggest that such spread is "very rare."