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Covid, the WHO alarm: “Europe is heading towards two million deaths”

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The World Health Organization, WHO, predicts that by March 2022 there will be two million deaths in total from the coronavirus in Europe if action is not taken immediately. “The European region remains in the grip of the Covid-10 pandemic. Last week the deaths attributed to Covid-19 increased by 4,200 per day, doubling the figure of 2,100 by the day of the end of September. Meanwhile the sum of deaths for coronavirus has passed the 1.5 million mark in the 53 countries of the region. Today Covid-19 is the leading cause of death in Europe and Central Asia “.

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France, the French Prime Minister is positive

The French Undersecretary for European Affairs, Clement Beaune, removed from the Instagram profile a photo that portrayed him without an anti Covid mask together with the prime minister Jean Castex, tested positive for coronavirus yesterday evening. Beaune “deleted the photo because it appeared out of place given the context”, explained the staff of the undersecretary to the newspaper “Le Parisien”. The French government in recent days has already been at the center of controversy for its failure to comply with anti-Covid gestures. In particular, Castex and the Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin, were criticized after a video was released in which they appear without masks shaking hands at a meeting with local representatives of the department of Haute-France in an indoor salon.

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Germany, full resuscitations in some regions

“In some regions of Germany the situation is dramatic. We have to transfer patients, the intensive care units are full”, says the German Health Minister. Jens Spahn in an interview with Deutschlandfunk. “People who have a heart attack or an accident in these regions find it very difficult to get good care,” he adds.
Currently vacant places in intensive care in Berlin are 8.1%, 8.8% in Saxony and 9.4% in Bavaria. There are 3,845 intensive care beds occupied throughout Germany and 399.8 the average weekly incidence per 100,000 inhabitants.

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