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WHO: Another 500K people may die from COVID-19 by February next year

WHO: Another 500K people may die from COVID-19 by February next year



 

WHO: Another 500K people may die from COVID-19 by February next year.

WHO officials issued a warning: Europe will become the “epicenter” of the epidemic again, and another 500,000 people may die from the COVID-19 by February next year!


According to “Russia Today” (RT) reports, Hans Kruger, director of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, issued a warning at a press conference on the 4th local time: Europe has once again become the “epicenter” of the COVID-19 epidemic . By February next year, another 500,000 people in Europe may die from the COVID-19.


According to the report, Kruger said that the COVID-19 epidemic “currently spreads in 53 European countries is a serious concern.”

 

WHO: Another 500K people may die from COVID-19 by February next year.

Screenshot of RT reportScreenshot of RT report

 

The report mentioned that Kruger admitted that due to the more infectious mutated strain of the COVID-19 virus “Delta”, the number of confirmed cases is close to the highest level in history, and Europe has once again become the “epicenter” of the COVID-19 epidemic. “The difference is that (this time) we know more and can do more,” Kruger said.

 

However, Kruger also warned that although medical staff have accumulated experience in dealing with the COVID-19 virus, reliable predictions indicate that by February 1 next year, Europe may see “another 500,000 deaths from the COVID-19.”

 

RT said that in the report on the 3rd, the United Nations health agency said that the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Europe has been on the rise for five consecutive weeks.

 

According to data released by WHO on November 2nd, as of 17:40 on the 2nd Central European Time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases reported in Europe reached 77,231,883, and the cumulative number of deaths was 14,32224.

 

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