Coronavirus: The World Health Organization expects a rise in deaths in Europe due to Covid-19 during the next two months
The World Health Organization said it expects Europe to witness a rise in the daily death rate from Covid-19 infection in the months of October and November.
Despite the current increase in the number of deaths due to Corona, things are still relatively stable in the old continent.
On the Internet, the 55 European members of the World Health Organization held a meeting to discuss a five-year plan to tackle the virus.
"The coming days will be more difficult. We will witness more deaths in October and November," said the organization's regional director for Europe, Hans Kluge.
Klug added: "I know that no one wants to hear such bad news. But there is a positive message that I would like to emphasize, however, that the epidemic is on its way to an end, from moment to moment."
He continued: "I hear all the time that the vaccine will put an end to the epidemic. Of course not. We do not even know whether the vaccine will work in all cases. There are signs so far denying this. And then what if we need to look for different vaccines? What is this logistical nightmare!" .
Klug said: "The end of the epidemic will be at that moment when we learn as a society how to live with the epidemic. The matter is in our hands so that is a very positive message."
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The World Health Organization recorded a record increase in the number of new infections with the Coronavirus within one day, as 307,930 cases were reported within 24 hours.
The organization said that the deaths rose by more than 5,500, bringing the global total to 9,17,417.
The largest increases in infections were reported in India, the United States and Brazil.
Globally, more than 28 million cases have been confirmed, about half of them in the Americas.
The previous record for new cases in a single day was on the sixth of September, when the World Health Organization reported 306,857 new infections.
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India has the second largest number of confirmed cases in the world
According to the World Health Organization, India reported 94,372 new cases on Sunday, followed by the United States with 45,523 and Brazil with 43,718.
More than 1,000 new deaths were recorded in the United States and India, while Brazil said that 874 people had died from a disease related to Covid 19, during the past 24 hours.
India has the second largest number of confirmed cases in the world, after the United States. Last week, India reported nearly 2 million Covid-19 cases during August, the highest monthly toll in the world since the start of the epidemic.
The country saw an average of 64,000 cases per day, an increase of 84 percent from the average daily cases in July, according to official data. The death toll has exceeded 1,000 every day since the beginning of September.
Brazil has recorded more than four million cases, which is the third highest in the world, and it also has the largest number of deaths in Latin America, with about 131,000 so far.
The United States has recorded nearly a quarter of the total number of coronavirus cases in the world - more than six million. It saw an increase in the number of daily cases in July, but the numbers have decreased since then.
The United States has the world's highest recorded death toll from Covid 19, with more than 194,000 deaths.