The number of global COVID-19 cases has declined for a fourth week in a row. That’s according from the World Health Organization.
More than 3.1 million new cases were reported around the world last week – the lowest number since the end of October. The W-H-O considered it encouraging news.
Experts from the W-H-O also ended their trip to China, where they were researching the origins of the virus.
- Gavin Macgregor-Skinner is a Director at Global Biorisk Advisory Council.
- Devra Davis is an epidemiologist advising governments and policymakers.
- Yaneer Bar-Yam is the Co-founder of the COVID Action Group and President of the New England Complex Systems Institute.
- Chris Smith is a Consultant Clinical Virologist at Cambridge University.
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