WHO expects coronavirus mortality rise in Europe

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The World Health Organization expects Europe to see a rise in the daily number of Covid-19 deaths in Europe in the fall, refers to AFP, quoting the WHO Europe director Hans Kluge as saying this on Monday, September 14, in his Twitter account.

"It's going to get tougher. In October, November, we are going to see more mortality," Kluge said.

Earlier on September 14, WHO reported a record incidence of coronavirus in the world per day, 307,930 new cases of COVID-19 over the last day. Most of them are in India (94.372), the United States (45.523) and Brazil (43.718). Also, more than ten thousand cases per day were recorded in Spain and Argentina.

In all the time in the world, according to WHO, more than 28.6 million cases of coronavirus have been registered. Of these, 917.417 people died.

14:14, 14 September 2020