WHO envoy David Nabarro said on Tuesday that Europe could be hit by the third wave of coronavirus next year due to an "incomplete" reaction to the pandemic, APA reports citing Teletrader.
Nabarro told "The Sun" that "now we have the second wave. If they don't build the necessary infrastructure, we'll have a third wave early next year. Europe's reaction was incomplete."
"Once the infection rates sink, and they will sink, then we can be as free as we want. But right now? Should ski resorts open? Under what conditions," Nabarro stated.