The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adan Ghebreyesus went into self-isolation after contact with the infected coronavirus. The head of the organization announced this on Monday, November 2, on his Twitter page.
“I feel good, there are no symptoms, but I will be on self-isolation in the coming days in accordance with WHO protocols and will work from home,” the head of the organization wrote.
Ghebreyesus noted the need for strict compliance with all requirements to counter the spread of coronavirus.
Earlier, Tedros Adan Ghebreyesus listed the long-term consequences for those who have recovered from COVID-19. These are consequences such as fatigue, coughing, difficulty breathing, inflammation and damage to major organs, including the lungs and heart. Ghebreyesus indicated that recovery from COVID-19 can be slow and take weeks or months.