WHO frightening statement: Corona deaths have increased by 40% in Europe


“Daily deaths from Covid-19 in Europe have increased by 40 percent compared to last week” came from the World Health Organization regarding the coronavirus outbreak.

WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris announced that most of the cases have been detected in France, Spain, England, the Netherlands and Russia.

“The problem is … ICUs in hospitals are starting to fill up with seriously ill patients,” Harris said.


In the statement from the Italian Ministry of Health, it was reported that 21,000 994 of the 174,000 880 tests carried out in the last 24 hours were positive. While the total number of cases in the country reached 564,000 778, it was claimed that there were 255,000 90 active cases.

It has been claimed that 221 people have died in the past 24 hours from the virus and the total loss of life has increased to 37,000 700. While 127 people have been admitted to ICU in the past 24 hours, a total of 1,411 patients were treated in intensive care throughout Italy.


Dr. Walter Riccardi, one of the advisers to the Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza, said that quarantine is a must in the cities of Milan and Naples, where the spread of the virus is highest.

Stating that no quarantine restrictions are needed across the country, Riccardi said: “The virus is everywhere in Milan and Naples. “It is very likely that a person who takes a bus, enters a restaurant or a bar in these cities will catch Covid-19”.


In Bulgaria, the number of cases has increased significantly due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. While 2,000 243 new cases have been detected in the last 24 hours across the country, the total number of cases has increased to 40,000 132.

While the number of people who have lost their lives in the country since the outbreak began has reached 136,136, it has been claimed that the number of people who have died from the coronavirus has increased to 25 in the Kardzhali region, where the Turks they live longer.

While it was announced that there was no more room in the intensive care units of hospitals in metropolitan cities, it was announced that 61 healthcare workers were infected with the corona virus at Sofia’s Pirogov hospital, the largest health center in the country. .

The director of the hospital, Professor Asen Baltov, said they needed to close 3 clinics affiliated with the health center and that they could ask medical students for help to work in wards where coronavirus patients are not treated.

Nikolay Vitanov of the National Crisis Center stressed that the increase in the number of cases will continue and that 2,000 cases a day seriously threaten the country’s health system.


In Belgium, 689 people have been hospitalized in the past 24 hours due to the corona virus. This number is claimed to be the highest recorded so far. A total of 629 people were hospitalized in Belgium on March 28, when cases reached their peak.

In hospitals in Belgium, a total of 5,554 people are currently being treated due to Covid-19. On April 7, which is considered the peak of the first wave, the number of patients in the hospital was 5,554.

In Belgium, where the second wave is taking its toll, the situation in hospitals is about to spiral out of control, officials say. Steven Gucht, spokesman for the National Crisis Center, called for urgent action.

In the Flemish region, where more than 60 per cent of the population lives, the local government has decided to tighten the measures further. In this context, the transition to distance education in secondary and higher education was adopted.

All cultural institutions except libraries have been closed. Cultural events are prohibited. According to the new decision, the weekly markets will remain open, but Christmas and flea markets will no longer be allowed. All contact sports over the age of 12 are prohibited. Only private outdoor sports are allowed.

Visits to nursing homes will be limited to once every 2 weeks. Employees will be strongly encouraged to stay at home. The new measures will come into effect from 18:00 on Friday evening.

There are a total of 333,800 patients in Belgium, with an average of 13,000 infections per day. So far 10 thousand 899 people have died from Covid-19.


It was announced that 22,000 885 new cases of coronavirus have been detected in the UK in the past 24 hours and another 367 people have died from the virus. The total number of cases in the country reached 917,000 575 and the total loss of life reached 45,000 357.

This number is considered to be the highest number per day since May 27, when 422 deaths were reported. BBC Health reporter Nick Triggle said that the casualties that occurred over the weekend also added to this number and that the actual number of days did not exceed 200 in the second wave that the days of death occurred. .

The increase in the number of cases continues in Spain. It is reported that an additional 18,000 418 viruses have been detected in the country in the past 24 hours and another 267 have died. The total number of cases reached 1 million 174 thousand 916 and the total loss of life reached 35 thousand 298.

In Germany, it was reported that 9,000 320 more viruses have been detected in the past 24 hours and another 56 have died. The total number of cases reached 459 thousand 578 and the total loss of human life reached 10 thousand 238.



Sima Sadat Lari, spokesperson for the Iranian Ministry of Health, shared the latest statistics on the coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic in the country. Stating that 6,000 968 people have tested positive for the coronavirus in the past 24 hours, Lari said 346 people have died.

Lari announced that with the latest data the total number of cases detected in the country has reached 581 thousand 824 and the number of those who have lost their lives has reached 33 thousand 299.

Spokesman Lari, who added that it is the highest number of cases and deaths since the beginning of the epidemic with the latest data, Tehran, Isfahan, Kum, East Azerbaijan, South Khorasan, Semnan, Gazvin, Loristan, Ardabil, Khuzestan, Kirmanshah, Kohgiluye and Buyer Ahmed, Gilan, Bushehr He stated that the provinces of Zanjan, Ilam, Rezevi Khorasan, Mazenderan, Chaharmahal and Bahtiyari, Elburz, West Azerbaijan, Central, Kirman, Northern Khorasan, Hamedan, Yazd and Kurdistan are red regions.


The second wave of the coronavirus epidemic occurs in Russia. The Russian Authority for Public Health and Consumer Rights (Rospotrebnadzor) has introduced new measures due to the increase in cases.

While it was mandatory to wear masks in public places, restaurants had also switched to certain working hours. Under the new measures, restaurants will be closed from 11pm to 6am.

While Rospotrebnadzor argued that the coronavirus pandemic could continue into 2021, last week passengers were banned from boarding public transport in Moscow, the country’s capital, without masks and gloves, as part of the crown’s measures.

On the other hand, Russian officials recently asked restaurants and cafes to record visitors’ phone numbers and scan a QR code.

Due to the decrease in the number of cases in Russia in mid-July, the obligation to wear a mask was lifted. While the total number of coronavirus cases in Russia increased to 1 million 547 thousand 774, the number of people who died was 26,589. (BBC Türkçe, İHA, DHA)

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