New Delhi: The World Well being Organisation (WHO) has refuted stories claiming that it has issued a warning on 50,000 fatalities attributable to COVID-19 in India by April 15.
Taking to Twitter, the world well being physique stated the video claiming that the WHO has warned of fifty,000 deaths in India is “faux information”.
The WHO has not issued any such warning, it clarified.
“A video claiming WHO has warned of fifty,000 COVID19 deaths in India by 15 April is faux information. WHO has not issued any such warning,” tweeted World Well being Group Regional Workplace for South-East Asia (SEARO).
India has thus far reported over 1,26,86,049 COVID-19 circumstances. The loss of life toll within the nation has gone as much as 1,65,547.
In February, the WHO thanked India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for “supporting vaccine fairness”.
WHO Director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus hoped that different nations would observe India’s instance.
“Thanks, India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for supporting vaccine fairness. Your dedication to COVAX and sharing COVID-19 vaccine doses helps 60+ nations begin vaccinating their well being employees and different precedence teams. I hope different nations will observe your instance,” Tedros wrote in a tweet.
In response to the Ministry of Exterior Affairs, India has despatched a complete of 645.02 lakh vaccine doses to numerous nations thus far.