Of the overall outbreaks of COVID-19 around the world, 90% are registered in Europe and the U.S., and the peaks in both have certainly not been reached yet, a World Health Organization (WHO) spokesperson said Tuesday.

WHO spokesperson Dr. Margaret Harris, at a UN press briefing from Geneva, urged following the organization’s guidelines on the lifting of restrictions before lockdown easing measures are made.

“We’re beginning to see a slight deceleration in cases,” Harris said responding to a question of Anadolu Agency, adding: “It’s going to take time. But yes, they see a slowing.”

Harris said other countries were

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