Corona’s dangerous wave in Europe, death toll crosses 1 million: WHO


Geneva: A top official of the World Health Organization (WHO) said that in Europe the number of people who lost their lives to Covid-19 has crossed 1 million and The situation remains “grim” as 16 lakh new cases of infections are coming up in the region every week. Referring to recent concerns about vaccines, Dr. Hannes Klug also stated that the risk of blood clotting in people suffering from Covid-19 is much higher than those receiving anti-corona vaccines of AstraZeneca Have done.

Speaking to reporters during a visit to Greece, Clugh underlined the “early signs that infection is subsiding in some countries” and noted “declining cases” among the elderly. He said that the ratio of Covid-19 deaths among people over 80 years has dropped by about 30 percent. This is the lowest level during the epidemic. The elderly were given priority in vaccination.

“At the moment, there is more scope for the Covid-19 infected blood clot to suffer than the person who has taken the AstraZeneca vaccine,” he said.


“There should be no doubt that the AstraZeneca vaccine reduces the reasons for hospitalization due to Covid-19 and prevents deaths,” he said. He said that WHO recommends its use for all eligible adults.