The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the number of coronavirus cases in Europe is increasing alarmingly. The agency said that the situation in the region is very critical. The agency’s regional director, Hans Kluge, said at a news conference on Thursday that the increasing number of new victims in the area is a sign of impending doom. This information came from the report of US broadcaster CNN.
As the number of coronavirus cases is rising to record levels, European governments are stepping up their efforts at the local level. They are also considering taking more drastic measures to prevent another outbreak.
The number of corona cases in Europe exceeded three million last week. WHO’s regional director, Hans Kluge, said: “The number of weekly coronavirus infections in Europe is now higher than when the coronovirus reached its peak in March.”
WHO officials say more than half of European countries have had infections at the rate of more than 10 percent in the last two weeks. “In the spring and early summer, we started getting tough lockdown results,” he said. The number of victims reached its lowest level in June. But the number of September attacks should be a warning to us. “
Hans Kluge said that although the number of these infections reflects a large number of trials, the rate of infection should be seen as a warning throughout the region.