“What we really need to focus on is finding those who are sick, those who have the virus, and isolate them, find their contacts and isolate them,” Mike Ryan, the World Health Organization’s chief emergency expert, said in a Sunday interview with the BBC.Testing has been inconsistent across nations, with U.S. officials advising people to get tested only if they show symptoms of covid-19, the disease caused by the virus. More than 33,000 infections have been reported in the United States, with 404 deaths.“If we don’t put in place the strong public health measures now, when those movement restrictions and lockdowns are lifted, the danger is the disease will jump back up,” Ryan said.Spain is extending its national lockdown for another 15 days. As of Sunday evening, the country had more than 28,700 confirmed cases of infection, and 1,772 people had died, according to numbers compiled by Johns Hopkins University.In Britain, which has confirmed more than 5,000 infections and 234 deaths, the nation’s health services planned to notify 1.5 million people with serious health issues that they should not leave their homes for the next 12 weeks. Those at high risk from the virus include people with severe respiratory problems,


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