Orange with media services, Posted on Friday, July 23, 2021 at 8:00 PM.
The majority in Europe, variable delta worries the World Health Organization, which is ordering free tests to better detect Covid-19.
The delta variant is now pretty much the majority in EuropeThe regional branch of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Agency for Diseases (EAD), called in particular Increase free testing and other case control measures.
The World Health Organization in Europe and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), in a joint statement, called on European countries to “intensify their efforts” to prevent infection.
Majority delta variable in 19 countries
“WHO recommends that countries increase access to free testing, expand sequencing, encourage contact cases to quarantine and confirmed cases in isolation, and enhance tracing to break chains of transmission and ensure those most at risk are vaccinated,” Refers to the United Nations.
In thirty or so European countries that have provided sufficient data, Delta variable is the majority in 19 countries. In these countries, the average share of the variant initially detected in India is about 70%, according to the latest available data from the World Health Organization.
The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated this week around the world (+9%) especially in Europe (+26%) and the United States, where the jump exceeded 60%, under the influence of the delta variable.
Increase in new cases الحالات Health authorities said the recovery in Europe has been going on for about a month. According to the latest ECDC forecast, The number of new cases is expected to continue to rise and more than double in the next four weeks.
The European agency responsible for diseases, which tracks 30 countries including 27 from the European Union, has already raised the level of concern currently linked to Covid-19 in Europe from “low” to “moderate”. Four countries (Spain, Portugal, Malta and Cyprus) were rated as a “significant” concern.
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