Sep 14, 2020
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WHO predicts increase in deaths in Europe in October-November due to COVID-19

Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, announced the worsening situation with coronavirus in European countries.

Ekaterina Evchenko

how reports Agence France-Presse on Twitter, WHO predicts an increase in the incidence in the fall months, which will lead to an increase in the number of deaths.

“The situation will get complicated. In October, in November we will see a higher mortality rate, ”Kluge said.

Also, WHO reported a record record daily increase in the number of cases worldwide - 307 930 new cases. According to The Guardian, this data broke a sad record on September 6, when the increase was 306,857 people. The three "leaders" are India, the United States and Brazil. The death toll in India and America has surpassed 1,000, with Brazil reporting 874 deaths.

According to the headquarters, an increase in the incidence of COVID-19 is also observed in Russia - over the past day in our country, 5,509 cases were identified in 83 regions, including 1,388 (25.2%) actively as contact and without clinical manifestations. 57 people died. In total, since the beginning of the epidemic in Russia, more than 1 million cases of coronavirus infection have been detected, 18 635 people have died.

According to Rospotrebnadzor, to date, about 41 million laboratory tests for coronavirus infection have been carried out in Russia, including 279 thousand in the last day. 219 thousand people remain under medical supervision.

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