The World Health Organization is warning that there’s a “significant risk” of a global pandemic due to the continued use of “new and emerging technologies” to manage mental health.
According to a report released this week, the WHO believes a pandemic is now “very likely” and a new, “uncontrolled, highly potent” strain of influenza could pose a threat to the global population in 2020.
“We have seen the emergence of new and emerging infectious agents and the emergence in many countries of new novel infectious agents,” the report said.
“As a result, the risks to public health and the environment are growing.
The world has been through pandemics before.
It is likely that we will experience similar threats to the world as the previous pandemies.”
The WHO report comes on the heels of another report released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this week warning that a global “superflu” is emerging, which could be a major cause of a pandemical outbreak.
While there’s no doubt that pandemicals are more frequent and devastating, the new report says the emergence and rapid spread of the virus could lead to a situation in which the world is unprepared for an emergency.
“The pandemic scenario is becoming increasingly unlikely to happen,” the WHO said.
“However, the pandemic could become more severe or more deadly if the world fails to prepare.”WHO’s report said there are now more than 1.6 billion people affected by the virus, but the report’s authors noted that it could be difficult to track the true number of people affected.
“It is important to stress that we are not saying that there are no people affected or that they have not been exposed,” the experts wrote.
“But these estimates may be overly optimistic.
Many countries are not collecting information on all of the people affected, or they do not have adequate measures to collect and disseminate this information.”
The report’s findings come on the back of an increase in the number of deaths from the coronavirus.
The number of reported cases in the United States is now more commonly than it was before the pandemic.
The World Bank said in April that the virus has caused more than $150 billion in damage to the economy and a record $6.5 trillion in global losses.
According, the number that is currently considered to be “very sick” in the U, which has more than 8,000 cases of the pandirus, is set to hit 10,000 in 2020, more than double the level seen before the outbreak.
“There is a high risk that we could see a spike in cases from the current epidemic,” the World Health Organisation said.