Rome, 1 July 2021 – La Delta variant keep worrying and his spread rate it grows day by day as scientists have long predicted. IS in Europe the contagion curve Covid draws different parables according to the countries. And today the WHO warns that in Europe cases are up 10% after two months of decline and that there is a risk of a new wave “if we don’t stay disciplined”.
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WHO launches an alarm. After noting that in Europe cases are increasing by 10% after two months of decline, he predicts that by August the Delta variant will be predominant with the consequence – due to the lack of complete vaccination of the population – that the risk of infections will be higher, also due to the fact that the whole area “will still be largely unrestricted”, “with travel and gatherings on the rise”. According to the WHO, therefore “there are conditions for one new wave of hospitalizations and deaths before autumn “.
Who is not at all well is there Russia which must record very heavy data for the third consecutive day: today there are 23,543 cases in the last 24 hours, a new high since January 17 which brings the total of infections to 5,538,142. In relative terms, the number of cases increased by 0.4%. The dead instead are 672, a new negative record. Between the cities it worries a lot St.Pietroburgo, a city that hosts a match of the quarter-finals of the European football championships. Yesterday 1,503 new cases and 11 deaths were reported. Figures that can not worry about the game Switzerland-Spain scheduled for tomorrow (Friday 2 July) at 6pm.
The Delta variant continues to ramp up in Great Britain which recorded 26,068 cases of Covid, the highest figure since January 29; the deaths were 14. The number of infections has been growing for over a month but deaths remain low: according to experts, the rapid vaccination has weakened the link between infections and deaths. So far 84.9% of adults have received at least one dose and 62.4% both.
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