COVID-19: The WHO estimates that by March, 700,000 more coronavirus deaths will have occurred in Europe.


COVID-19: According to the World Health Organization, 700,000 more coronavirus deaths could occur in Europe by March.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that COVID-19 deaths in Europe could rise by 700,000 by March 2022.

The alert covers a 53-country region, including some Central Asian countries.

The WHO’s Europe branch includes Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

The additional 700,000 deaths would bring the total number of deaths in the region to 2.2 million.

“Cumulative reported deaths are projected to reach over 2.2 million by spring next year, based on current trends,” according to a statement released by the WHO on Tuesday.

By March 2022, the WHO predicts “high or extreme stress” in intensive care units across 49 countries.

According to CNBC, nearly 4,200 people die every day in Europe.

The number is more than double that of the daily deaths recorded at the end of September, according to the US news outlet.

According to the BBC, Russia’s daily death toll is approaching 1,200.

As a result of the increase in cases, Vienna has decided to reintroduce Austrian lockdown.

Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg, 52, announced the lockdown was imposed because of his unvaccinated compatriots.

On November 14, he noted the disparity in infection rates between jabbed and unjabbed Austrians, saying, “The rate for the unvaccinated is over 1,700, while the rate for the vaccinated is 383.”

Dr. Hans Henri Kluge, WHO Europe’s director, is now urging people to get vaccinated.

“We need to take a ‘vaccine plus’ approach to live with this virus and go about our daily lives,” he explained.

“This means getting the recommended vaccine doses, getting a booster if one is available, and incorporating preventive measures into our daily routines.”

“All of us have the opportunity and responsibility to help avert unnecessary tragedy and loss of life, as well as limit further disruption to society and businesses this winter season,” Dr. Kluge added.

In the Netherlands and Belgium, partial restrictions have also been imposed.

According to reports, the restrictions have sparked violent protests in both countries.

On September 30, according to the most recent data available on the UK Government website, there were 113 daily deaths in the United Kingdom.

After peaking at around 190 on October 29, the number of daily UK deaths dropped to 112 on November 18.

Eight out of ten British people aged 12 and up have had two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

This is it.

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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