The World Health Organization said yesterday that the Coruna virus can infect or kill young adults who must avoid mixing and transmitting it to the elderly and other high-risk groups. “Although older people are the most vulnerable, young people are not safe … data from many countries clearly show that people under the age of fifty are a percentage that does not,” said Tidros Adhanom Gebresos, the organization’s director-general, during a virtual reality news conference. A good number of patients whose cases require hospitalization. ” “Today, I have a message for young people: You are not immune, and this virus can put you in hospital for weeks and may kill you … Even if you don’t get sick, the choices you make about where to go can be the difference between life and death for another person.” Then he added that for the first time in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, no new cases were reported Thursday, “giving hope to the rest of the world that the situation can turn even in the most affected areas of the world.” He added that in light of the shortage of protective equipment and testing and diagnostic devices worldwide, Chinese producers decided to supply the organization with many of them. He continued that the arrangements are in their final stages and coordination has been made to transfer supplies shipments and store them in the organization’s warehouses in Dubai to transfer them to the places most in need. With the shortage of protective equipment for public health workers and diagnostic tests, “air bridges” would have to be established to transport supplies to countries for health workers, said Mike Ryan, WHO’s chief emergency expert. He added that the organization distributed 1.5 million laboratory testing units around the world, and it may require eighty times this number in the face of this epidemic. It is noteworthy that the new Corona virus infected until yesterday evening about 270 thousand people, including more than 11 thousand deaths, in 184 countries and territories, most of them in China, Italy, Iran, Spain, South Korea, Germany, France and the United States. The spread of the virus on a global scale has forced many countries to close their borders, suspend flights, cancel several events, and prevent gatherings, including Friday and Friday prayers.