Seven million people still dead in Europe

by time news

London: The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that more than seven million people in Europe could die from covia in the next six months if the current outbreak continues. Kovid has already killed more than 1.5 million people in 53 countries in and around Europe.

The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that if the Kovid wave, which is pounding four and five phases in many countries, goes out of control once again, more than seven million people could lose their lives by March. The organization recommends wearing a mask to avoid this situation and adopting vaccinations and more social restrictions.


In Austria, Germany, Slovakia, Poland, the Czech Republic and Belgium, Kovid cases are doubling on a daily basis. The number of cases is increasing day by day in the UK as well. But it is reassuring that the death toll is not rising in the UK, where vaccination booster doses are on the rise.

UK Covid Update Photo by Oli SCARFF AFP

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned of another catastrophic winter in Europe from now until March 2022.

English Summary: WHO warns of 700,000 more COVID deaths in Europe by March

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