The World Health Organization (WHO) predicts that the number of deaths from coronavirus infection will increase in Europe in the fall.
The words of the Director of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, Hans Kluge, are quoted on Monday, September 14, AFP on his Twitter account.
“It will be more difficult. In October, in November, an increase in mortality is expected, ”concluded Kluge.
Earlier on September 14, it was reported that WHO recorded a record incidence of coronavirus in the world per day. According to the organization, 307,930 new cases of COVID-19 were detected over the last day. Most of them are in India (94.3 thousand), the USA (45.5 thousand) and Brazil (43.7 thousand). Also, more than ten thousand cases per day were detected in Spain (12.1 thousand) and Argentina (11.5 thousand).
For all the time in the world, according to WHO, more than 28.6 million cases of coronavirus have been identified. 917.4 thousand people died.