'Europe has the highest number of Covid cases, deaths last week': WHO

28th Oct,2021

'Europe has the highest number of Covid cases, deaths last week': WHO


'Europe has the highest number of Covid cases, deaths last week': WHO The World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concern over the worsening coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic in Europe. On Wednesday, the UN health agency recorded the highest number of cases and deaths due to viral disease in Europe in the past week, with a double-digit increase each. The United Nations (UN) health agency has also seen new epidemics in the European region, spreading east as in the former Soviet republics of Central Asia, seeing an 18% increase over the past week - a steady increase for the region. Fourth week increase. On the other hand, the death toll from Covid-19 in Europe has also risen by 14%, the WHO said in its weekly epidemiological report, the news agency Associated Press. According to the WHO's weekly epidemiological report, the United States had the highest number of cases last week at 513,000, followed by Britain at 330,000 and Russia at nearly 250,000. Both Britain and Russia are seeing an increase in their daily Covid-19 cases. While Russia is going on a week-long paid holiday from October 30 to November 7 to curb the spread of Covid-19, the British government is not currently lifting any sanctions.