The World Health Organization said Tuesday that it’s worried about the rapidly worsening outbreaks in Latin America, indicating Brazil and the U.S. were big concerns.
Without mentioning the United States by name, WHO officials indicated that they are worried about the country’s current surge in coronavirus cases.
“Not only Brazil, but the whole Latin America doesn’t look good. Cases are on the rise. Deaths are on the rise. And even North America, Mesoamerica, except for Canada. Canada is doing better,” said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the United Nation’s health agency.