WHO warns of another 700,000 deaths from Covid
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that an additional 700,000 people will die in March from Covid in Europe and Asia. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that by March 22, 2022, ICU beds in 49 countries will be filled with patients.
Covid infections have recently re-emerged in Europe. Covid has caused lockouts in Austria, while other European countries have imposed sanctions.
The WHO has identified Covid as the leading cause of death in Europe.
The daily death toll from Covid in Europe now exceeds 4,200, according to the WHO. Covid kills 1,200 people a day in Russia.
Some countries, including France, Germany, and Greece, are preparing to give booster doses to their citizens. WHO Europe Director Dr. Hans Klug has urged those who have not been vaccinated to get vaccinated immediately.