WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom has warned that the worst incidents related to the outbreaks of the Coronavirus have yet to occur.

Iran PressEurope: Speaking in a press conference on Monday in the WHO headquarters in Geneva, Tedros Adhanom pointed to the consequences of the epidemic COVID-19 outbreak in the world said that the worst incidents have not happened yet, Iran Press reported.

"Trust in us. The worst incidents have yet to come and we must prevent this tragedy. This is a virus that most people still don't understand," the WHO's head said.

The novel Corona is one of the seven known Coronavirus that causes COVID-19 disease in humans. Four of these viruses cause symptoms like a mild cold, and the other three, cause acute respiratory illnesses that can lead to death in some cases.

Currently, nearly 2.5 million people in the world are infected with COVID-19 of these, 170,000 have died. 207

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