The Stanford Club of Greece is organizing on June 22 τhe second webinar of the virtual speaker series titled "Deconstructing Covid-19, Re-Constructing the Economy".
The invited speaker will be Dr. John P.A. Ioannidis from Stanford School of Medicine and the title of his presentation is "COVID-19: high risks, high prevalence, high-level evidence, and high-stake decisions".
He adds that it will probably be like that by the beginning of July.
The virus, he says, is now weak and out of 66 newly infected, only one or two have pneumonia, while at the height of the epidemic, 20 or 30 had pneumonia per 100 infected. Asked whether gatherings would be banned, Nestorovic said he didn't think so, because there was no reason for that.
Turkish Health Minister said on June 10 that thanks to the stay-at-home measures, the COVID-19 infection rate has been declined by 50 percent for people aged over 65.
She emphasized that the epidemiological situation is much more favorable now, with the trend of a drop in the number of the infected.
"It was expected in public that the number of infected people would decrease linearly. That never happens with infectious diseases," said Kisic, who is also the deputy director of the Institute of Public Health of Serbia "Dr Milan Jovanovic Batut".
Turkey's Health Ministry has changed the criteria for conducting the COVID-19 tests as people started to show symptoms other than fever and dry cough more often.
Initially, the Health Ministry was conducting COVID-19 tests on people who had fever, dry cough and respiratory difficulties, which are considered to be the most common symptoms of the disease.
One person died today, while 249 people have died since the beginning of the corona virus epidemic in Serbia.
There are currently 15 people on respirators.
11.348 patients recovered, while death rate stands at 2.11 percent.
The total number of infected is 11.803 out of 272.502 people tested since the outbreak of the epidemic.