Dr. Hans Henri P web engineering online. Kluge, WHO regional director for Europe, issued a special statement to the press, which warns against the negative effects of growing strain on the Old Continent pandemic.
Since when coronavirus appeared in Europe about 8 months ago, we were forced to many sacrifices. For some people longer functioning in such an exhausting state is a huge expense, so we become apathetic, zdemotywowani and simply exhausted. According to the WHO, with the latest research shows that the state is growing. And although the level of fatigue tested in different ways, and this in different countries have different standards, the estimates suggest that the current level is in some cases even 60% of the population. Of course, one could have expected, because it was not to avoid the introduction of sanitary regime, but according to the World Health Organization should do everything to again find the strength to fight the pandemic, which does not give up. Suffice it to mention that in recent weeks we hear about an average of 266,000 infected and dying thousands of 3.8-Covid 19 people a day (in Poland today, unfortunately, we have a double disgraceful record, more than 3,000 infections and 70 deaths). What’s more, many doctors estimated that if social behavior does not change, then the numbers instead of the fall, will be many times higher.
Interestingly, the call WHO is addressed mainly to the ruling, because it contains both 3 proposed strategies to combat fatigue epidemic, each of which involves listening to the voices of the community – both young students returning to universities, as well as older people for months confined in nursing homes – and response. An example given here, the German strategy, where the government asked for help not only physicians, but also philosophers, historians, theologians, sociologists and behaviorists who provide different perspectives on the regulation introduced.
Moreover, the WHO proposes to include communities in the decision-making process is given here an example of Denmark, where he invited the students to work together in order to create an appropriate strategy for this group or Norway, where the guardians of kindergarten were involved in the preparatory process to restart the facilities, with the assumption that in terms of their environment they are experts. Finally, the WHO encourages the development of new methods of satisfying our needs, which will be far safer during a pandemic – virtual meetings, food services, floating cinema and many other innovative ideas that will help keep the peace. Especially since we do not know what the coming autumn-winter, during which Covid-19 overlaps the autumn solstice, depression, colds and flu.