The World Health Organization calls for global solidarity to combat Coronavirus while cases exceeds 30 million

The President of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said Friday that the major powers are still failing to work together to combat the Coronavirus epidemic, at a time when the organization has recorded more than 30 million cases of the emerging Coronavirus that causes Covid-19 disease around the world.

More than 300 thousand new cases were recorded during the past 24 hours in the world, and India, the United States, Argentina, Brazil and Spain recorded the largest increases in the number of cases.

The World Health Organization has recorded 30 million 55,710 confirmed cases and 943,433 deaths related to the virus.

Tedros said in a press briefing from Geneva that “the major powers are not working together,” directing his main message to world leaders who are currently preparing for the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, which begins next week.