Novel coronavirus pneumonia has been released by the World Health Organization and has been updated with the following: according to CCTV news, the World Health Organization has released a new action timeline against the new crown pneumonia.
December 31, 2019
China reported a novel coronavirus in Wuhan, Hubei Province, and finally identified a new coronavirus.
January 1, 2020
World Health Organization has set up accident management support teams at three levels of the organization (headquarters, regional headquarters and country level), and World Health Organization has entered a state of emergency.
January 4, 2020
World Health Organization reported on social media that there was a group of pneumonia cases in Wuhan, Hubei Province, with no deaths.
January 5, 2020
World Health Organization issues the first issue of outbreak news on new viruses. The outbreak news is a major World Health Organization Technical Publication for the scientific and public health communities and the global media. This period includes a risk assessment and recommendations, and reports on the status of patients with cluster pneumonia in Wuhan and public health strategies reported by China to World Health Organization.
January 10, 2020
World Health Organization has released a comprehensive set of technical guidance online, providing advice to all countries on how to detect, detect and manage potential cases based on the knowledge of the virus at that time.
At that time, the evidence showed that “no or limited human to human transmission”. Based on the experience in SARS and mers and the known transmission mode of respiratory virus, World Health Organization issued infection prevention and control guidance to protect health workers, and recommended anti droplet and contact protection measures to be taken when treating patients, and recommended protective measures to be taken by medical staff when conducting aerosol producing operations.
January 12, 2020
China shares the gene sequence novel coronavirus pneumonia.
January 13, 2020
Officials confirmed the novel coronavirus pneumonia in Thailand, the first recorded case outside China.
January 14, 2020
Dr. Maria van cokhov pointed out at a press conference that there may be limited human to human transmission of coronavirus (in 41 confirmed cases), mainly through family members, and that there is a possibility of a broader outbreak. Given our experience with SARS, mers and other respiratory pathogens, human to human transmission is not surprising, Dr. Maria van kohoff said.
January 20-21, 2020
Experts from the World Health Organization representative office in China and the Western Pacific Regional Office made a brief field trip to Wuhan.
January 22, 2020
According to a statement issued by the World Health Organization team in China, there is evidence of interpersonal communication in Wuhan, but more investigation is needed to understand the overall situation of communication.
January 22-23, 2020
According to the international health regulations (2005), the director-general of the World Health Organization convenes an emergency committee to assess whether the outbreak constitutes a public health emergency of international concern. Independent commissioners from all over the world were unable to reach an agreement based on the evidence available at that time, and they asked for another meeting within 10 days after receiving more information.
January 28, 2020
A high-level World Health Organization delegation led by the director-general went to Beijing to meet with Chinese leaders in order to learn more about China’s response measures and provide various technical assistance.
During his stay in Beijing, Dr. Tan Desai and the leaders of the Chinese government agreed that an international team of top scientists would go to China to learn more about the specific situation and overall response measures, and exchange information and experience.
January 30, 2020
The World Health Organization director-general has reconvened the emergency committee, earlier than the previously decided 10-day deadline, just two days before the first limited human to human communication report outside China. The committee reached a consensus and informed the director-general that the outbreak constituted a “public health emergency of international concern .”. The director-general accepted the proposal and declared the new outbreak “a public health emergency of international concern”. This is the sixth time the World Health Organization has announced pheic since the IHR came into force in 2005.
February 3, 2020
World Health Organization has released the international community’s strategic preparedness and response program to help protect countries with weaker health systems.
February 11-12, 2020
China’s novel coronavirus pneumonia research and innovation forum were convened by the World Health Organization. Representatives from over 400 experts and sponsors from various parts of the world attended the meeting. Wu Zunyou, director of China Center for Disease Control and prevention, and chief expert of epidemiology, China CDC, made an introductory speech.
February 16-24, 2020
The World Health Organization China’s joint mission includes experts from Canada, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, South Korea, Russia, Singapore and the United States (CDC, NIH). The joint mission stayed in Beijing for a while, and also went to Wuhan and two other cities. They talked to health officials, scientists, and medical staff while maintaining interpersonal distance.
March 11, 2020
The World Health Organization assessment suggested novel coronavirus pneumonia could be considered a pandemic.
March 13, 2020
The novel coronavirus pneumonia Response Fund was established to receive donations from individuals, companies and institutions.
March 18, 2020
A novel coronavirus pneumonia trial launched by the World Health Organization and its partners is an international clinical trial aimed at finding reliable and effective data for the treatment of new crown pneumonia through reliable data production around the world.