This was introduced on Wednesday at a briefing in Geneva by the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Gebreyesus, quoted by TASS.
“The number of reported deaths from Covid-19 continues to decline and is now at its lowest level in nearly a year,” he stated. However, this quantity remains to be unacceptably excessive – virtually 50 thousand circumstances per week, and the actual quantity is undoubtedly even larger,” said the head of the WHO.
“Mortality is declining in all areas besides Europe, the place a number of international locations are going through new waves of illness and dying,” Gebreyesus said, stressing that mortality is highest in countries and populations that “have the least entry.” to vaccines against Covid-19 ‘.
To date, the WHO has reported 238,229,951 cases of coronavirus infection worldwide since the beginning of the pandemic and 4,859,277 deaths.