'There's still a public health threat out there, and we all see that every day in terms of the evolution of this virus, in terms of its global presence, its continued evolution and continued vulnerabilities in our communities, both societal vulnerabilities, age vulnerabilities, protection vulnerabilities, and many other things,' said Dr. Mike Ryan, executive director of WHO's Health Emergencies Programme.
'So, we fully expect that this virus will continue to transmit, but this is the history of pandemics,' Ryan said. 'In most cases, pandemics truly end when the next pandemic begins. I know that's a terrible thought but that is the history of pandemics.'
Source: Azerbaijan State News Agency