Records from several European countries and China show that COVID-19 infections have once again become a new wave, which is causing concern among health officials.
The Ómicron variant and its BA-2 subunit variant cause massive infections. For example, from March 2 to March 10 Daily corona virus infection increased by 19% in Germany, 17.7% in Italy and 25.3% in Austria. Statistics have grown so much in Germany that they have prompted the country’s health minister, Karl Lauterbach, to openly describe the situation as “critical.”
Renowned cardiologist and leading voice of corona virus during infections, Dr. Eric Topol tweeted a chart showing the increase in epidemics in Europe, Germany currently stands out as the country with the most new daily cases. This is due to the Ómicron BA.2 subtype, which already causes 50% of new infections in Germany.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) it should be monitored as a subtype other than the original Omigran because there are indications that it is highly contagious. In addition, it is being explored how likely it is to relapse into those already infected with Omigran. However, Germany is committed to eliminating most of its biological protection measures. Since March 4, up to 25,000 cases have been re-admitted in the country, and those who have not been vaccinated can enter places such as bars and nightclubs if they have a negative COVID test.
In Austria, meanwhile, the mandatory anticoagulant vaccine has been replaced, with the decision taking effect last February 1. The cancellation of the action will take about three months. The Europeans have not yet closed the door to return to the new restrictions. In fact, Minister Lauterbach promised that the German government could re-use restrictions in certain areas where an increase in epidemics had been recorded.
Meanwhile, in Asia, the epidemic is out of control. Recently China had to control nine million people To mitigate the epidemic risk, Hong Kong records more than 200 deaths a day, one of the highest in the world at one million people because it has a population of about 7.4 million.
China has been hit by an unprecedented level of corona virus infection in the past two years. Residents of the city will have to stay in their homes, and these sources suggest that only one person per household can leave home for compulsory reasons once every two days. about this Great locking When 13 million people were isolated at the end of last year, it was announced by China since the tax was imposed on the Xi’an (northern) metropolis.
As of this Friday, 1,369 cases have been registered in 24 hours, according to Health Ministry figures.. This is still a very small number compared to the rest of the world, but that is it The highest recorded by China after the first phase of the epidemic (Early 2020). Of this total, officers accounted for 158 imported cases and 814 asymptomatic cases, part of a separate count.
Govt impact in Europe
This week, the WHO highlighted the impact of Covid-19 on European countries aimed at adapting to sustainable development plans.
According to the WHO Regional Office for Europe, 1.0 and 19 percent of households in the region’s states are affected. With the advent of the SARS-CoV-2 corona virus that caused the infection, the health system has become overburdened to the point of causing serious failures in medical care, the company said.
By 2020, in the first months of the epidemic, 40 percent of these essential services could not be fully delivered. As the situation continues in 2021, 29 percent of health services will be undervalued, at least for the first three months or so, the report said.
In all countries of the European region, maternal mortality is less than 70 per 100 thousand births, and in terms of infant mortality, almost all countries record 12 and 25 cases per thousand births, respectively. However, the region has recorded a mixed improvement in the number of premature deaths due to non-communicable diseases.
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