WHO head spokes about difficulty of working remotely

WHO head spokes about difficulty of working remotely

The Director-General of the WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, spoke about his health in quarantine. He has been on self-isolation for the 17th day.

Ghebreyesus said he was feeling well and had no symptoms of coronavirus. Moreover, he sees no need to test for infection.

“Working from home is very difficult. Of course, I worked on weekends and evenings both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. But when you work on weekdays from home, it is very, very difficult, TASS quotes the WHO official.

Ghebreyesus added that it was especially difficult for him to conduct a WHO session in quarantine. He noted that since the pandemic onset, 65 WHO employees working in Geneva had been infected with the coronavirus.

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