COVID-19 pandemic has ‘end in sight’ — but it’s not over yet: WHO official

COVID-19 pandemic has ‘end in sight’ — but it’s not over yet: WHO official


The World Health Organization’s special envoy on COVID-19 said Monday there’s an “end in sight” to the pandemic — but warned of a “difficult” three months ahead with the spread of the Omicron variant.

“I’m afraid we are moving through the marathon but there’s no actual way to say that we’re at the end – we can see the end in sight, but we’re not there. And there’s going to be some bumps before we get there,” Dr. David Nabarro told Sky News.

Nabarro said that new variants could play a role in upcoming waves, putting more strain on already overwhelmed health systems.

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“First of all, this virus is continuing to evolve – we have Omicron but we’ll get more variants,” he said.

“Secondly,

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