While Europe is slowly opening up, the situation is worsening globally, according to WHO Secretary-General.
While most countries in Europe are gradually moving towards normal conditions following the outbreak of coronavirus, things are quite different in much of the rest of the world.
Thus, there is the latest Dayregistered 136,000 new cases of coronavirus worldwide. It is the highest number so far confirmed in a singleDay during the crisis.
This is stated by the World Health Organization WHO Today.
While the pandemic is ebbing in Europe, worsens the situation globally, where more than 100,000 new cases have been registered nine out of the last ten days.
That’s how it sounds WHO’s Secretary General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, on a virtual press conference.
After China, Europe and the United States in the past epicentres For the pandemic, it is now Southeast Asia and Central and South America that account for the vast majority of new cases of infection.
WHO: Do not take the foot off the pedal
Although infection rates are declining in some countries, so call WHO- the head of all countries to continue to do everything possible to slow down epidemic.
“Although we are more than six months into the pandemic, no country should take the foot off the pedal at this time,” says Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
Brazil is one of the countries hard hit by the pandemic these weeks. So far, almost 700,000 coronary cases have been registered in the country a number surpassed by the United States alone.
More than 36,000 have been registered in Brazil death among corona patients – the third highest number in the world.