According to the World Health Organization, “Cumulative reported death are expected to exceed 2.2 million by spring 2019, based on current trends,”
Covid-19 is not responsible for 500,000 more deaths as the WHO has feared, but 700,000. On Tuesday 23 November, the World Health Organization (WHO), was again concerned about Covid-19.“Hold”Covid-19 in Europe could result in 700,000 additional deaths, bringing the total to 2.2 million deaths by the spring.
“Hospital beds can be expected to be under high or extreme pressure in 25 countries and high or extreme pressure in intensive care units in 49 out of 53 countries by March 1, 2022. . According to current trends, cumulative reported deaths are projected to rise above 2.2 millions by spring 2020.In a statement, the organization explained that they are. More than 1.5 million people have been killed by Covid in the area.
According to the WHO, the increased cases can be attributed to the combination of high-contagious Delta variants, inadequate vaccination coverage, and relaxation of anticovid measures.
According to his data Covid-related death have more than doubled in the past year, going from 2100 deaths per day to close to 4,200 daily.
“The situation related to Covid-19 across Europe and Central Asia is very serious. We are facing a winter full of challenges ”Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, called for an approach “Vaccine plus”You can combine vaccination with wearing a mask, hygiene precautions, and distancing.
The WHO states that wearing a mask can reduce the risk of contracting the disease by 53%. Its use up to 95% could prevent over 160,000 deaths in March.
Besides, “It is becoming more apparent that vaccination against mild and severe infections does not provide sufficient protection”The WHO noted that.
Accordingly, the institution recommends a booster to the most vulnerable, as well as the immunocompromised.