WHO tells International Community to learn strategy from Pakistan


The World Health Organization has advised the world to learn from Pakistan to deal with the corona epidemic.

Pakistan’s successful strategy against the corona epidemic has become the voice of international organizations and the government’s performance is being appreciated.

The WHO has advised the world to learn from seven countries, including Pakistan, to tackle the global epidemic. The World Health Organization says there is a lesson for the world in preparing and responding to the epidemic in these seven countries, including Pakistan.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says Pakistan, Thailand, New Zealand, Italy, Mongolia, Mauritius and Uruguay can be imitated in tackling the global epidemic.

“We need to prepare for the next global pandemic and learn from the Corona epidemic,” said WHO chief Tedros Adhanom. The World Health Organization says seven countries, including Pakistan, can teach the world a better lesson.

The head of the World Health Organization has warned the world to be ready for a future epidemic, this is not the last epidemic, history shows epidemics, diseases are a fact of life.

Dr. Tedros says that in the future, whenever there is an outbreak, the world must be more prepared than today. Today, investment in the health sector is essential.


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