Monday 14 September 2020
In a worrying warning, the World Health Organization announced Monday that the next two months will be the toughest in the war against the Corona virus.
The Regional Director of the World Health Organization in Europe, Hans Kluge, told AFP that the organization expects an increase in the number of deaths from Covid-19 in Europe in October and November, which will be “the toughest” in the face of the epidemic, according to Al-Arabiya.
“It will get tougher,” he said. “In October and November, we will witness an increase in deaths,” he added, while the number of injuries recorded an increase in the old continent, but the number of daily deaths is stable there.
A new record
The UN agency had stated that the infection cases set a new record yesterday, within one day. And it stated that 307,930 injuries were recorded worldwide within 24 hours, according to data published on Sunday evening.
This number is about a thousand more cases than the last daily record high recorded a week ago.
It is noteworthy that the epidemic has affected more than 28.6 million infections worldwide since the outbreak began late last year.
While experts believe that the real number of cases is much higher than the officially announced number.
More than 917,000 people have died from Covid-19, according to the statistics of the global organization. Yesterday, Sunday, about 5,500 deaths were recorded within 24 hours.