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Thursday, October 28, 2021

Corona cases are increasing in European countries, death rate also increasing; WHO expressed concern

Corona cases have decreased worldwide. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has expressed concern that Europe is the only major region in the world where the number of corona virus cases and deaths due to this infection has increased in the last week. In both the cases the figure has reached double digits. The World Health Organization said that cases of corona have increased in 53 countries of the European region.
The WHO's weekly report on the epidemic said that the rate of death due to this infection in Europe has also increased by 14 percent. A total of 1.6 million new cases have been found here and more than 21,000 deaths have occurred. It has been told in the report that 513,000 new cases have been found here in the last seven days.

Many countries in Eastern Europe have banned the spread of infection, including Romania and Latvia. Latvia is the first country in Eastern Europe to impose a lockdown due to increasing infections. Here only 56 per cent of adults have received both doses of the vaccine, compared to 74.6% in Europe. Romania has once again imposed a night curfew and made health passes mandatory.

Romania has recorded 19.25 deaths per million people, the highest in the world. Only 35.6% of people in Romania have been vaccinated. Similarly, in Bulgaria, people have to take to the streets against the increase in new cases. Ukraine, Europe's second largest country, has recorded the most new cases of corona for the first time during the epidemic. Here on Thursday, the number of new cases per day reached 22415.

According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), hesitation to vaccinate is the main reason for increasing infections in Eastern Europe and Russia. In many countries in Eastern Europe, vaccination rates were recorded at only 24 per cent. Due to this, these countries are facing increasing cases of death.