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Bill Gates advierte que lo peor está por venir, refiriéndose al Covid-19

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El empresario multimillonario tecnológico y fundador de la empresa Microsoft, Bill Gates, advirtió que la humanidad todavía no ha experimentado la peor parte de la pandemia que azota el mundo desde principios de 2020. Según el magnate, todavía existen posibilidad de haya una variante de COVID-19 más transmisible y, lamentablemente, más mortal

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En una entrevista, publicada en “The Financial Times”, Gates aseguró que el avance científico con las vacunas es muy importante, pero sugiere un mayor compromiso económico para enfrentar la amenaza del virus en todo el planeta. Así mismo, apuntó todos los cañones a la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS), entidad a la que acusa de no tomar en serio la gravedad del asunto.

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Hasta el momento, los números afirman que más de 6 millones de personas alrededor del mundo fallecieron por causa de COVID-19. Gates afirmó que las masivas campañas de vacunación lograron bajar drásticamente el número de decesos, pero los países deben sostener la guardia en alto como, por ejemplo, China, lugar donde todavía la lucha continúa. 

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