March 30, 2023

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The virus is back .. Corona's black dream is haunting 10 countries in Europe

The virus is back .. Corona’s black dream is haunting 10 countries in Europe

Despite the launch of vaccination campaigns by all European countries in recent months, the severity of injuries and deaths has decreased. Corona virus Due to the new vaccines and many treatments that have appeared, the dream seems to have returned.

The European Agency for Disease Control (OECD) says the epidemiological status of Covit-19 in the European Union continues to deteriorate, with “ten worries” in ten countries and “dangerous” in ten.

According to the “France Press” report, a recent assessment of the risks released by the European Center for Disease Control yesterday evening, Friday evening, indicates an “increase in rapid and significant injuries”, although the mortality rate remains weak and rises slowly.

The most dangerous countries

In addition, the Stockholm-based company said, “The number of injuries, hospitalizations and deaths are all expected to increase over the next two weeks.”

Of the 27 most vulnerable or dangerous countries, Belgium, Poland, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary and Slovenia are among the most concerned.

Germany, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Romania and Slovakia were included in the “relevant” category.

The “moderate concern” category includes France, Portugal and Cyprus.

Although four countries are included in the “Restricted Concern” category, they are Italy, Spain, Sweden and Malta.

It is noteworthy that the method adopted by the European Center relies on combining integers (number of injuries, hospital admissions and deaths) and their latest development.

His latest forecast shows that the number of injuries and deaths will increase by fifty percent in the next two weeks, reaching 300 new infections per week and 2.7 deaths per 100,000 people.

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In the same context, the Center noted that the epidemic situation was “worrying” for the three countries outside the Union, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.