EU`s daily Covid-19 deaths rise by 40%...

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EU`s daily Covid-19 deaths rise by 40%

 International Desk daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 08:17 PM, 28 October 2020  

EU`s daily Covid-19 deaths rise by 40%

EU`s daily Covid-19 deaths rise by 40%

Coronavirus cases and deaths are increasing rapidly in the European countries as the second wave of the global pandemic has begun. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Covid-19 deaths in Europe have risen by 40 percent in the past week.

Corona infections are on the rise in Austria, Italy, Russia, the Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom, the WHO told a news agency. Patients are being admitted to the hospitals very fast. If this follow continues it will be difficult to get a hospital bed.

Meanwhile, according to Reuters, the number of coronavirus patients in the United States has also increased by nearly five million in the past week. The death toll has also on rising at an alarming rate.

In the last 24 hours, 320 people have died in Russia and 221 people have died in Italy. The death toll in Austria has exceeded 1000. WHO has expressed concern as the death toll has risen the past week.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the rate at which the infection is spreading in Europe could be worse than in the first phase of the Coronavirus if it does not implement a quick lockdown.

In many European countries, new restrictions have been introduced. Spain, Italy, France, Germany, and many other countries have taken various measures to deal with the second wave of the corona. But at the same time, movements have started against this strictness in almost all the countries. People take to the streets in Germany and Italy to protest against the lockdown.

On Tuesday, protesters clashed with police in several cities in Italy. But WHO said lockdown should be imposed as before in the country where Covid-19 on rising. If the lockdown is not imposed, it will be difficult to deal with the second wave of coronavirus.

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