A mural painting in Berlin, Germany sums up 2020. It’s been a year since the WHO first learned of the new virus spreading in China. Photo: AFP A mural painting in Berlin, Germany sums up 2020. It’s been a year since the WHO first learned of the new virus spreading in China. Photo: AFP
A mural painting in Berlin, Germany sums up 2020. It’s been a year since the WHO first learned of the new virus spreading in China. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus: almost 1.8 million dead, but future pandemics could be worse

  • Covid-19 has killed nearly 1.8 million people worldwide, out of over 80 million infected
  • WHO officials warn world remained far from prepared to ward off future pandemics

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A mural painting in Berlin, Germany sums up 2020. It’s been a year since the WHO first learned of the new virus spreading in China. Photo: AFP A mural painting in Berlin, Germany sums up 2020. It’s been a year since the WHO first learned of the new virus spreading in China. Photo: AFP
A mural painting in Berlin, Germany sums up 2020. It’s been a year since the WHO first learned of the new virus spreading in China. Photo: AFP
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