With the world fast approaching 1 million deaths officially related to COVID-19, a doubling of that number is “certainly unimaginable, but it’s not impossible,” World Health Organization expert Mike Ryan said Friday at a news briefing.

Iran PressEurope: “If we look at losing 1 million people in nine months and then we just look at the realities of getting vaccines out there in the next nine months, it’s a big task for everyone involved,” the executive director of WHO’s health emergencies program said.

The global tally of coronavirus cases stands at 32,765,204 while 24,178,346 have recovered, 993,463 have died so far.


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