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If Covid-19 situation does not improve, over 500,000 deaths to be expected in Europe by February

Source : 112 Ukraine

It is noted that the vaccination process in some European countries has stopped, which is why their disease is progressing
13:41, 10 November 2021

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If the situation with Covid-19 does not improve, then, more than 500,000 deaths can be expected in Europe by February as LaVanguardia reported citing WHO Head in Europe Hans Kluge.

"According to a fairly reliable estimate, half a million deaths would have to be expected by February 1 (in the WHO European Region, in 53 countries) if we continued as before," Kluge said.

It is noted that the vaccination process in some European countries has stopped, which is why the disease is progressing there.

Related: Daily mortality from Covid-19 anti-record set in Kyiv

According to Kluge, an effective way to get rid of the pandemic is for politicians, scientists, and the people to work together.

Moreover, the WHO considers the combination of an effective vaccine and an effective drug to be an effective way to overcome Covid-19, which is why they are testing 16 more vaccines.

We remind that the incidence rate in Germany is one of the highest since the start of the pandemic; therefore, it rose to 41,000 cases per day. In eastern Saxony, unvaccinated people face new restrictions from Monday. Over the past day, more than 32,000 cases of Covid-19 have been registered in the UK.

Related: India to resume supply of vaccines from Covid-19 to COVAX

As we reported, 23,283 people contracted coronavirus in Ukraine over the last 24 hours. This number includes 1,539 children and 529 doctors.

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