WHO Chief: There May Never be 'Silver Bullet' for COVID-19
Testing, isolation and treatment remain the best defenses
The leader of the World Health Organization (WHO) warned Monday there may never be a "silver bullet" for defeating COVID-19.
"A number of vaccines are now in phase three clinical trials and we all hope to have a number of effective vaccines that can help prevent people from infection," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a media briefing. "However, there’s no silver bullet at the moment and there might never be."
He urged countries to continue testing, isolating and treating COVID-19 patients and tracing and quarantining their contacts as a means of stopping the pandemic.
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