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Sunday, January 16

The WHO supports Fernando Simón: the increase in infections is due to Christmas and not due to the British strain

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Fernando Simón said it first and now the World Health Organization: the increase in infections was due to bad behavior of citizens over Christmas and not the British strain.

This has been confirmed by the head of WHO Emergencies in Europe, Catherine Smallwood. “There have been discussions around the possible participation of new variants. Although that does not seem to be necessarily what drives the transmission in Spain at the moment, but it could certainly be the result of holiday period celebrations that have taken place and that it will require a really sustained effort to reduce the numbers, “Smallwood said at a press conference this Thursday.

The leader of the international health organization stressed that, despite observing “really positive trends in more than half of the European countries” in the last two weeks, other countries, such as Spain and Portugal, “are still seeing very significant and growing incidents “.

“In Spain, this is something that should be of particular concern given the generalized nature of the transmission that is occurring throughout the country, but also, especially in the Bigger cities, once again, the tensions hospitals“, has warned.

Smallwood has pointed out that “It takes a long time to reduce these figures”, but he celebrated that “in recent days it has been seen that new cases have stabilized in Spain.” “We hope that this will translate into a gradual decline in the next few weeks, but it takes time for the measures that have been introduced to take effect and to be seen in new cases and then slowly in hospitalizations and finally in deaths “, he recalled.

These WHO statements coincide with the arguments defended by Fernando Simon in recent weeks relating the increase in infections to bad behavior during Christmas and not to this new variant. “At Christmas people had a worse time than they should have,” he said.

“This evolution in no way can be attributed to this new strain of the virus. It is practically associated with our behavior. The evolution of the pandemic will not vary due to the British strain but due to our behavior,” he claimed on January 11.


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