The European Director of the World Health Organization (WHO), which he criticized from time to time, especially by people who do not believe in the coronavirus epidemic. Hans Kluge, held a new press conference. Evaluating the course of the epidemic at this meeting, Kluge said that the epidemic did not end anywhere yet. Speaking in numbers, Hans Kluge said that the number of coronavirus cases across Europe is on the rise again explained.
According to the statements made by Hans Kluge, the decrease in the number of cases for 10 weeks is now reversed. According to the available data, there is an increase of around 10 percent in the number of cases across Europe. Speaking about the reasons for this, the WHO Europe director said that the biggest factor is stretching constraints it says.
Europe may face a new wave
According to Hans Kluge’s statements, if the situation continues like this, a European COVID-19 wave more padollar will give. Vaccination is going well across the continent, but overall, the vaccination rate is only 24 percent, the WHO European director states that it is far from the target of vaccinating up to 80 percent of adults. According to Kluge, the available data are that the epidemic is not over and an indication that it doesn’t seem to end.
According to the statements made by the WHO Europe director, the population of Europe about 63 percent, still awaiting first dose of vaccine. Expressing that this is a great shortcoming and that people should be vaccinated as soon as possible, Hans Kluge said delta variant, states that it will especially affect unvaccinated people.