Latest WHO briefing on Omicron

Attached is the latest briefing of WHO on Omicron. India should use this as a reference but make its own decision on flights. If it makes sense to shut international flights please do so.

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WHO under its present DG has Zero credibility left. they have been almost wrong in every aspect after the breakout of Covid-19. their advice has to be taken with more than a pinch of salt. By now most countries have gained enough experience of dealing with this virus and should be capable of making their own decision. more  
First of all we would like to know what action the So called WHO is going to take against China who is responsible for the leakage of Viruses and its mutants instead of giving statements. WHO has list its creditabiity after they shielded China more  
Let's observe covid appropriate behaviour in strict sense and its true letter of spirits & help the government to win against all kinds of covid 19. Lockdown is not the answer. This will only cripple the economy. Sitting at home, let's come out with novel ideas to enhance the awareness in the minds of people about the pandemic. That's the greatest help to the nation and the government more  
we need to contain it now itself before it becomes a pandemic like the second wave which took the whole country by surprise and showed cracks in our infrastructure especially health in towns and tier 2 and 3 cities.Since not much is known about the new virus we need to take stringent steps now itself to contain it to the extend possible otherwise again cracks will show in our infrastructure more  
WHO has no credibility. Stop destruction of the country by lock down and listening to these armchair scientists. more  
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