As COVID-19 cases take off, WHO urges nations to take forceful measures
As COVID-19 cases take off, WHO urges nations to take forceful measures 
As coronavirus cases keep on rising, the world's wellbeing body has encouraged nations wrestling with coronavirus to step up control measures.

With case numbers overall dramatically increasing in the previous a month and a half, Uzbekistan on Friday came back to lockdown and Hong Kong said schools would close from Monday after the city recorded "exponential development" in privately transmitted diseases.

WHO boss Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus approached nations to receive a forceful methodology, featuring Italy, Spain, South Korea and India's greatest ghetto to demonstrate it was conceivable to stop the spread, regardless of how terrible the episode.

The wellbeing office's remarks came as US President Donald Trump had to drop a political race rally in New Hampshire, refering to a moving toward storm.

Trump has pushed to hold enormous social affairs against wellbeing counsel as disease transmission specialists caution of the threats presented by the infection traveling through the air in swarmed and kept spaces.

Lashing out at China 

On a visit to Florida on Friday, Trump hit out at Beijing over the pandemic.

"(The) relationship with China has been seriously harmed. They could have halted the plague.... They didn't stop it," he told correspondents.

The infection has executed in any event 556,140 individuals worldwide since it rose in China last December.

More than 12.3 million cases have been enrolled in 196 nations and regions, activating huge monetary harm.

The United States, the nation most exceedingly terrible hit by the ailment, detailed right around 64,000 new cases Friday and the loss of life presently remains at just shy of 134,000, as indicated by Johns Hopkins University.

Brazil, the second-hardest hit, outperformed 70,000 passings and revealed 45,000 new diseases, the wellbeing service said.

In Uzbekistan, residents were from Friday confronting lockdown limitations again that were initially forced in March yet lifted progressively in the course of recent months.

The Central Asian nation's arrival to repression followed a choice by Australia to secure its second-greatest city Melbourne from Thursday.

A cop keeping an eye on a checkpoint on the edges of the previous Soviet republic's capital said just drivers with "a valid justification" to enter Tashkent -, for example, conveying food or other fundamental supplies - could pass.

Caf├ęs, rec centers, pools and non-food markets have all closed their entryways until at any rate August 1.

Private vehicle inside urban areas will be constrained to morning and early night excursions and fundamental purposes, for example, heading out to work and buying food or medication.

In Hong Kong, the spike denotes a difficulty for the city after day by day life had to a great extent came back to typical with eateries and bars continuing normal business and social attractions reviving.

In spite of being directly close to territory China where the infection previously rose, the city had figured out how to subdue nearby transmission lately.

In any case, new bunches have begun to rise since Tuesday, including at an old consideration home that announced in any event 32 cases and a lodging home with 11.

'Turn this pandemic around' 

"Over varying backgrounds, we are for the most part being tried as far as possible," the WHO's Tedros told a virtual news gathering in Geneva.

"From nations where there is exponential development, to places that are extricating limitations and now beginning to see cases rise.

"Just forceful activity joined with national solidarity and worldwide solidarity can turn this pandemic around," he said.

Somewhere else, French authorities cautioned of rising cases in metropolitan France as the loss of life bested 30,000.

In Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu conceded a choice to permit organizations, including bars and occasion spaces, to revive may have been made "too early".

The Middle Eastern nation recorded its most noteworthy number of contaminations over a 24-hour time frame, at almost 1,500.

In Australia, in the mean time, specialists said they would slice considerably the quantity of individuals permitted to come back from abroad.

From Monday, just 4,000 Australian residents or lasting inhabitants will be allowed to enter every day.