US News WHO fears drastic increase in the number of deaths after global corona wave

10:10  15 october  2020
10:10  15 october  2020 Source:   de.reuters.com

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This figure far exceeds the number of deaths attributed to COVID-19, suggesting the official death toll from the novel coronavirus could be underestimated. Players will remain at their homes to continue individual training before being tested again " in the next few days" to see if they can return to their

It saw an increase in the number of daily cases in July, but the numbers have fallen since then. The US has the world's highest recorded death toll from The country has had great success containing coronavirus but restrictions were imposed on Auckland last month after a number of new infections

Geneva (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) fears considerably more deaths worldwide after the rapid increase in corona infections.

A 3D-printed coronavirus model is seen in front of the words coronavirus disease (Covid-19) on display in this illustration © Reuters / DADO RUVIC A 3D-printed coronavirus model is seen in front of the words coronavirus disease (Covid-19) on display in this illustration

Currently around 5000 people with or from the coronavirus die every day, said the leading WHO -Scientist Soumya Swaminathan on Wednesday. She pointed out that the mortality rate was always a few weeks behind the development of the infections.

According to a Reuters survey based on official data, the coronavirus has now been detected in more than 38.2 million people worldwide. Almost 1.1 million people died with or from the virus. Experts estimate that the number of unreported cases is significantly higher.

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The rising number of coronavirus deaths is distressing. The death figures being reported daily are hospital cases where a person dies with the coronavirus infection in their body - because it It is clear that the number of people who are dying is increasing . The ONS has started to track this as well on

The death in Beijing raises the death toll from the new virus to 82, with more than 2,700 people infected across the nation and cases found WHO spokeswoman Fadela Chaib said only that there had been "an error in the wording". China confirms 2,700 cases of corona infections, 40 counted elsewhere.

By far the hardest hit country is still the USA with almost 7.9 million infections and around 216,000 deaths. However, the virus is spreading rapidly in India, which ranks second with more than 7.2 million infections. And in Europe more and more countries are reporting record levels of infections. Italy recorded 7,332 new infections, more than ever before within 24 hours. The number of new infections in Switzerland rose by 2823 within one day. That is twice as many as five days ago.

The number of infections is also increasing rapidly in Germany. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported 5,132 new infections within 24 hours on Wednesday - the day before it was 4122. This climbed the total number of confirmed cases to 334,585. The RKI recorded a jump in deaths from 13 to 43. The total number of deaths increased accordingly to 9,677.

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A global , novel virus that keeps us contained in our homes—maybe for months—is already reorienting our relationship to government, to the outside world, even to each other. Some changes these experts expect to see in the coming months or years might feel unfamiliar or unsettling: Will nations stay

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In Poland, more people died from or with the coronavirus within one day than ever since the pandemic broke out. The number of deaths rose by 116 to 3217. Poland also posted a record of 6526 new infections. There were 8,325 new cases of infection in the Czech Republic - this is the second highest figure to date in the country with its 10.7 million inhabitants.

Russia reports a peak in new infections after another - most recently 14,231. A total of 1.34 million cases of infection are registered in Russia. The number of deaths rose by 239 to 23,205.

The virus is also spreading rapidly in the Balkans. Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia, which are popular with holidaymakers, reported record levels of new infections.

Ireland is the first EU country to announce second corona lockdown .
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