The number of deaths in the region has risen by 11 percent in the past week, according to the World Health Organization’s European Director.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that 236,000 people could die of COV-19 in Europe before December 1 this year, the AFP news agency reported. The World Health Organization (WHO) has commented on the impact of the growing number of infections in Europe and the slowdown in vaccination.
“Last week, the number of deaths in the region rose by 11 percent – a reliable estimate puts the death toll in Europe at 236,000 by December 1,” AFPP quoted Hans Klug, the World Health Organization’s European director, as saying.
The number of infections is increasing in countries across Europe. This is due to the fact that the delta variety, which has a very high transmission rate, is getting stronger. It especially affects those who have not been vaccinated. Poor countries are most affected. The death toll in those countries is rising.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says the high epidemic rate in Europe is alarming. The group says there have been low immunizations, especially in the preferred population of many countries.
Hans Klug said the Delta variant was only partially to blame, and that the excessive relaxation of Kovid regulations and the increase in summer travel on the continent, which had already reported 1.1 million Kovid deaths, had led to a surge in Kovid plagues.