NEW YORK: The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned of another 700,000 deaths from corona in Europe over the next five months.

French media Reports With the onset of winter, the World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concern over the growing number of cases of coronavirus in European countries.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement that the number of deaths in Europe could reach 2.2 million by March 2022 if cases continue to be reported at the same rate and patients’ condition worsens.

The WHO fears that 1.5 million patients have died from corona in 53 European countries since corona, while the death toll from this wave is being reported faster than in the past.

According to the World Health Organization, if the number of coronary heart disease cases continues to rise, the pressure on hospitals and ICUs will increase dramatically, with the situation in 49 countries likely to worsen.

The WHO acknowledges that timely treatment in Europe and Central Asian countries has reduced coronary mortality rates, but that the destruction of the Delta Warrant cannot be ignored.

The death toll from Corona has doubled to 4,200 by the end of this month, from an average of 2,100 by the end of September, according to details released by the WHO.

It should be noted that in recent times there has been a marked increase in corona cases in Europe. The death toll has risen in Germany, Britain, the Netherlands and Austria, prompting governments to impose new sanctions.

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