WHO: Europe will face the third wave of COVID-19 next year
WHO: Europe will face the third wave of COVID-19 next year. According to today’s Russian television (RT) report, with the second wave of COVID-19 in Europe, the World Health Organization (WHO) special envoy David Nabarro warned that the number of infections in the region may increase next year. Surge again.
Nabarro stated that European governments have failed to build the “necessary infrastructure” to contain the virus after the first wave of infections this spring. “Now we have a second wave of epidemics. If they do not build the necessary infrastructure, we will have a third wave of epidemics early next year.” Nabarro said.
After the calm of this summer, the number of confirmed cases of the COVID-19 has surged again throughout Europe. France and Germany reported about 33,000 new cases on Saturday, while the United Kingdom reported nearly 20,000 on the same day and Spain announced more than 15,000 on Friday. However, throughout Europe, the number of deaths is still lower than during the first wave of the epidemic.
Despite Nabarro’s grim predictions, some World Health Organization officials said that you should not rush in response to the epidemic. In a press conference on Thursday, WHO’s European head Hans Kluge called for “systematic and comprehensive wearing of masks” and “strictly control social gatherings”, but he will The blockade is regarded as a “last measure”.