On the topic of combating the Coronavirus, it turned out that there is no European unity and each country for itself. Italy, which had become the epicentre of the Coronavirus, received aid from Russia, China and Cuba, but not from its NATO and European allies.
The World Health Organization made a mistake calling COVID-19 a pandemic.
According to WHO standards, a disease can only be called pandemic if the death rate exceeds 12.5% of the number of infected people, and this is what did not happen to this date with COVID-19.
On March 11 2020, WHO declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic, there were more than 118 thousand confirmed coronavirus cases in 114 countries. An updated situation report from WHO on the coronavirus pandemic can be found here.
A pandemic is defined by standard reference for epidemiologists as “an epidemic occurring worldwide, or over a very wide area, crossing international boundaries and usually affecting a large number of people". The classical definition does not include criteria related to population immunity, virology or disease severity.
While It is true that the global case-fatality rate did not reach 12.5% so far, it has increased significantly since March, when it was around 3.4%. The rate was 5.8% on 9 June, according to tallies from the World Health Organization, and it hovered around 7% from mid-April through May.
See earlier disinformation cases such as WHO is part of the global government, or that WHO overestimates the mortality statistics of COVID-19, and that WHO and Bill Gates infected thousands of children with Polio, and that WHO may be involved in a plot to reduce global population.