Tedros Adhanom's latest tweets About Health, COVID-19, Nurses, and Midwives

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Tedros Adhanom's latest tweets about COVID-19, Health, Nurses and Midwives: Tedros Adhanom Tweets on the 9th of April:- Over 1.3M people have been infected & almost 80K have lost their lives, This pandemic is considerably more than a wellbeing emergency. it requires an entire of-government and society reaction

Tedros Adhanom Tweets on the same day:- Tedros Adhanom thanks CressidaCowell for joining the "#ReadTheWorld" initiative and helping bring both joys to the days of young people around the world with your ‘How to Train Your Dragon' readings & advice to protect them from #COVID19.

Tedros Adhanom Tweets a video on 7th of April:-

It was on the 7th of April 1948, that WHO came into being its a day we mark every year as a World Health Day.

Today and Throughout 2020, we're highlighting the vital role of nurses and midwives, as part of the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.

As we all know the world is in the grip of the most severe health crisis of all time, The COVID-19 pandemic is reminding us of the vital role of nurses and midwives play, Consistently, nurses are putting themselves in danger to mitigate enduring and spare lives.

They are reorganizing wards to open more beds for COVID-19 patients, while continuing to provide care for other patients with urgent health needs, including women in labor, Furthermore, nurses are doing the incomprehensible, Because critical COVID Patients are isolated, the last human touch they may feel is that of a nurse's hand.

Because health workers are on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19, they're also among the most at risk, More than 3,000 health laborers have been tainted, and many have died.

We should guarantee that health laborers have the medical masks and other individual protective equipment they need, Today is a day to celebrate nurses and midwives, to thank them for everything they do, and to commit ourselves to do everything we can to support and protect them.

One of the exercises I trust the world gains from COVID-19 is that we should put resources into nurses and midwives, Today I'm proud to launch a new report by WHO: Nursing Now and the International Council of Nurses on the State of the World's Nursing.

Although the number of nurses globally increased by 4.7 million between 2013 and 2018, the world is facing a global shortfall of 5.9 million nurses, so especially in Africa, South East Asia, the Eastern Mediterranean and some parts of Latin America.

We're calling on countries to increase the number of nurses they graduate by an average of 8 percent each year, and to implement measures to improve the employment and retention of nurses in the health system.

we are focused on working with all nations to guarantee that nurses and midwives specialists get the preparation they need, the acknowledgment they merit, and good conditions and pay rates for their work.

To each nurse and midwife, I state thank you, thank you such in all seriousness. -Tedros Adhanom

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