There has been an increase in the cases of this disease in Europe, Asia and America.

There has been an increase in the cases of this disease in Europe, Asia and America.

The coronavirus pandemic is moving again in countries where vaccination had already helped control disease rates and poses risks to populations. The United States, Israel, China, among other countries, saw an increase in the number of infections from the coronavirus last month, according to Our World in Data. In Europe, the progression of the disease in this period was observed in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Belgium.

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In some countries, the increase in the number of cases may be directly related to a combination of two factors that ceased to gain strength after countries reached widespread vaccination coverage: relaxation of prevention measures and the BA.2 version of Omicron. advancement of Based on preliminary studies, this type has been described by scientists as more contagious.

However, according to the latest World Health Organization (WHO) report released in late March, the average transmission among countries on all continents on the planet indicates a general decline. The report shows that in the US, even as the United States is approaching a new peak, the number of cases (-45%) had declined on the moving average, and Europe saw a decrease of -4%. Despite the increase in the number of cases, the number of cases in some countries.

The report warned that the reductions should be viewed with caution: “These reported trends should be interpreted with caution, as many countries are progressively changing their testing strategies, resulting in the total number of tests conducted.” The numbers are low and as a result, less number of cases have been detected”, considered the WHO report.

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