November 29, 2021

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WHO: Deaths from COVID-19 in Europe may exceed 2.2 million by March 2022

WHO: Deaths from COVID-19 in Europe may exceed 2.2 million by March 2022

WHO: Deaths from COVID-19 in Europe may exceed 2.2 million by March 2022



 

WHO: Deaths from COVID-19 in Europe may exceed 2.2 million by March 2022.

WHO: By March next year, the number of deaths from COVID-19 pneumonia in Europe may exceed 2.2 million.

 

On November 23. According to the British Sky News Network on the 23rd, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned that the European region is still in the COVID-19 epidemic.

According to the current trend, by March next year, the cumulative number of COVID-19 deaths is expected to exceed 2.2 million people.

 

WHO: Deaths from COVID-19 in Europe may exceed 2.2 million by March 2022

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According to the WHO, the current daily number of deaths from the COVID-19 in Europe has doubled from 2,100 at the end of September to nearly 4,200 last week. The number of deaths from the COVID-19 reported by 53 countries in Europe has exceeded the 1.5 million mark. COVID-19 is now the leading cause of death in Europe and Central Asia. Hans Kruger, Director of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, said: “We all have a responsibility to avoid unnecessary tragedies.

 

 


United States issued the highest level of travel warning to Germany and Denmark: Do not Travel

 

Reuters news on the 22nd, in view of the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Germany and Denmark, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the US State Department issued the highest level “Level 4″ for these two countries on the 22nd local time. : Very high” travel risk warning, and issued a “don’t go” reminder to US citizens.

 

WHO: Deaths from COVID-19 in Europe may exceed 2.2 million by March 2022

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According to the report, the US CDC has included 75 destinations in the world in its highest-level “Level 4” list, including many European countries, such as Austria, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Greece, Norway, Switzerland, Romania, Ireland, and the Czech Republic.

The epidemic situation in many European countries is severe. Reuters said that with the surge in confirmed and dead cases in the region, the WHO reminded these European countries earlier this month that they must work harder to curb the further spread of the epidemic.

 

Among them, the German epidemic is also hardly optimistic. The report said that after neighboring Austria announced some new epidemic prevention measures last week, the country was “closed” nationwide from the 22nd. In this regard, the German Minister of Health Jens Spann warned on the 19th that Germany may follow this approach.

 

 

 

 

 

WHO: Deaths from COVID-19 in Europe may exceed 2.2 million by March 2022

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