Corona deaths in Europe could reach 2 million by March WHO

Corona deaths in Europe could reach 2 million by March: WHO


The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the death toll from the coronavirus in Europe could exceed two million by March. The agency added that the Corona epidemic was the leading cause of death in Europe.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has recently expressed concern over the spread of Covid-19 in Europe. Hans Klug, regional director of the World Health Organization, told the BBC on Saturday that the World Health Organization was “very concerned” about coronary heart disease in Europe.

The WHO put the daily death toll in the region at 4,200, almost double the daily death toll in September. On the other hand, the total death toll in the whole of Europe, including the United Kingdom, has already exceeded 1.5 million.

The WHO described the situation as “extremely dire” and said that the situation in 25 of the 53 European countries was “extremely worrying”. The agency fears that the death toll could rise to 2.2 million by early March next year if this trend continues.

After the outbreak of the Corona epidemic.

Europe is once again becoming the epicenter of the epidemic. In this context, many European countries are going to impose new restrictions on citizens who have not been vaccinated. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hussein. Earlier this week, Austria became the first country in Western Europe to launch a lockdown for non-vaccinated people.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that coronavirus infections are on the rise across Europe due to the rapidly becoming delta type. In addition, many people in Europe think that the infection is increasing due to the relaxation of health rules in the country. These include wearing a mask to relax and not to accept social distance.

Hans Klug, the World Health Organization’s regional director (Europe), said it was important for countries to adopt programs other than immunization. This means taking the correct vaccine doses and even taking booster doses if necessary.
Hans Klug said that in addition to vaccination, wearing a mask, washing hands and maintaining physical distance are very effective and normal steps to prevent the virus.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says more than 100 million doses of the vaccine have been administered in Europe so far, with 53.5 percent of the population receiving the vaccine. However, the agency said that the rate of vaccination varies between countries. For example, in some countries only 10 percent of the population has been vaccinated, while in some countries more than 80 percent of the population has been vaccinated.

Statistics show that 48% of Europe’s population wears a mask when they go out. However, if this number is increased by 95 percent before next March, it will be possible to save the lives of at least 160,000 people.

In another message, Hans Clegg said the situation in Europe and Central Asia is very bad. We are facing new obstacles in the coming winter. The hope is that if the government, the health authorities and all of us take effective steps, it will be possible to keep the epidemic within reach.

In the meantime, Austria has implemented the lockdown since last Monday night. This is the fourth lockdown in the country since the Corona epidemic began. The new lockdown will be effective till December 12. Last week, Austria passed a law mandating corona vaccination. The law is expected to take effect in February.

In neighboring Germany, the Corona situation is once again becoming increasingly worrying. The number of infections has been on the rise since last week, according to the country’s Robert Koch Institute. So far, the death toll from coronary heart disease in Germany has exceeded one million.

In the last week of October, more than 50,000 corona infections were detected daily in the UK. Although this number decreased a little in November, in the last one week this number has averaged 40,000 daily. Before the situation in the UK got worse, Health Minister Sajid Sawed urged people to get vaccinated.
Nearly 1,000 people have protested in Copenhagen, Denmark, against making vaccinations compulsory for government workers to enter the workplace.

On Monday, French Prime Minister Jean Castex contracted the coronavirus. Protests have erupted in the country’s Guadeloupe Islands to make vaccination compulsory for health workers. There were also incidents of looting and vandalism. On Sunday, 36 people were arrested from the island area.

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