Allen Health Care says its ‘all clear’ that the coronavirus crisis is over
Allen Healthcare says its “all clear” that the global pandemic crisis is “over”.
The company’s chief executive, Dr Andrew Soh, said the company would not be making any further announcements about the new coronaviruses.
“I’m confident in the fact that we’re all clear on that,” he said.
Dr Soh also said the new pandemic was over and the virus was “not going to be in the same shape as it was before”.
“We are not going to make any more announcements at this time,” he told reporters.
“We’ve done all the best that we can to minimise the risks and to get the most out of the resources that we have at our disposal.”
But a spokeswoman for the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the virus had now reached the US.
She said the CDC was “continuing to work with the FDA on how to best address this pandemic”.
‘Tremendous burden’ The Australian government has announced a range of measures, including a tax on foreign currency payments to overseas businesses, and a ban on imports of meat from animals treated with a coronaviral virus.
The US is also working on measures that could impact on the importation of beef, pork and eggs.
The CDC has also issued an advisory, urging Americans to use their own personal health checks and to avoid travel to the US until the pandemic is over.
The UK has also announced a ban, with travel restrictions being introduced across its airports and major transport hubs.
“The UK Government has decided to implement a temporary suspension of all flights to and from the United Kingdom until further notice,” the UK Home Office said in a statement.
“As a result, UK nationals travelling to the United States should expect delays in receiving travel information and passport renewals.”
A spokesman for the European Commission said EU countries were following the same advice.
“In the European Union, we have an absolute ban on the export of animal products to the USA,” he added.
“However, the Commission is actively monitoring developments with respect to the coronvirus and will take any necessary actions to ensure that we protect our citizens and to protect our economy.”
The CDC is also warning that coronavira infections are increasing, and that the current outbreak could become a pandemic, in the next two weeks.
“With more and more people infected with coronavirotic diseases, the pandemics risk becoming more and larger,” Dr Sohm said.
“If you’re at home, take care of yourself and your family.
The virus will kill you.”