Deaths due to the coronavirus. WHO: Pandemic deaths could increase by 2.2 million

– There is a difficult winter ahead of us, but we should not be deprived of hope, because all of us – governments, healthcare, individuals – can take decisive action to stabilize the crisis situation – said Dr. Hans Henri P. Kluge, WHO Director for Europe Region.

The European Office of the World Health Organization in Copenhagen said that “booster doses of SARS-Cov-2 virus vaccines should be prioritized for the most vulnerable groups – people with weakened immune systems, the population over 60, and healthcare professionals.” health”.

In previous statements, the WHO headquarters in Geneva emphasized the need for a fair distribution of vaccine preparations, pointing to difficulties with access to vaccines in poorer countries.

Facing 4.2 thous. With daily deaths recorded last week in the Europe and Central Asia region, WHO Europe called on the international community to “vaccinate, exercise proper hygiene and respect social distancing principles”.

“We can expect high or extreme high hospital bed occupancy in 25 countries and high or extremely high patient space requirements in the intensive care units (ICUs) in 49 out of 53 countries from now until March 1, 2022.” – warns the European branch of WHO.


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