World Health Organisation
Romanian cybersecurity giant Bitdefender said on Friday that online attacks linked to Covid-19 "have risen by 475 per cent in March as compared to the previous month", and the numbers are expected to keep increasing until the end of the month.
"Almost one third of the Covid-19-related attacks target public authorities and healthcare institutions," Bitdefender said in a statement.
It was simply a matter of time before the corona virus crossed the borders of Greece as it did yesterday and now we must learn how to live with it.
As trite as it may seem until a suitable treatment is developed to manage the virus the only "antidotes" are calm, prevention, and reliable information.
G20 finance ministers and central bank governors who met in Riyadh instead of attempting to forge a common effort to manage the coronavirus crisis simply issued platitudinous observations.
They noted that the epidemic will affect global economic development. One hardly needs to be a G20 member to realise that.
Romania initiated all the necessary actions and measures to prepare in case of an epidemic with the new coronavirus and activate the national system for emergency situations, the Ministry of Health informed on Thursday in a press release.
The World Health Organisation said on Wednesday that it will delay deciding whether to label the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus an international emergency, as the United Nations agency seeks more information from China, South China Morning Post reported.
"There was an excellent discussion during the committee today, but it was also clear that to proceed, we need more information.
The Presidential Administration on Tuesday is set to mark the World Patient Safety Day by illuminating the Cotroceni Palace with an Orange light.