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WHO: Death toll from COVID-19 in Europe crosses two million

World Health Organization (WHO) said today that Europe has been affected by COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) for a long time.EpidemicSo far more than 20 lakh people have died in the most affected area.

“The death toll from COVID-19 in the countries of the WHO European Region has crossed 2 million, a devastating milestone,” the WHO said in a statement.

The WHO European Region consists of 53 countries and territories, including several Central Asian countries.

According to the WHO, 2,020,058 people have died out of 218,225,294 cases reported in Europe, with the US, the country with the worst pandemic in the world, with more than one million deaths.

On the other hand, the number of infected people in Europe is now declining after the re-emergence of the epidemic in the first two weeks of March. In the last seven days, new cases and deaths have declined by 26% and 24%, respectively.

initially implementedepidemic preventionNow, more than two years after the restrictions were imposed, most European countries have eased restrictions to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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