Covid-19: the death toll in Europe crosses the two million mark

In all, 2,002,058 people died of Covid for 218,225,294 cases recorded by the World Health Organization in the Europe zone, which extends to Central Asia.

More than two million people have died from Covid-19 in Europe, the long-time epicenter of the pandemic, announced on Thursday the World Health Organization (WHO).

“A devastating milestone has been reached as the number of deaths from Covid-19 reported by countries in the WHO Europe region has exceeded two million people,” Agence France-Presse (AFP) told Agence France-Presse (AFP). a spokesman for the United Nations health organization.

In all, 2,002,058 people died from Covid for 218,225,294 cases recorded by the organization in the WHO Europe zone, which extends to Central Asia.

The United States, the most bereaved country in the world

The most bereaved country on the planet, the United States has crossed the million dead mark, the White House announced on Thursday.

After a rebound in the first half of March, the coronavirus pandemic has since declined in Europe.

The number of cases and deaths has fallen by 26% and 24% respectively in the past seven days.

More than two years after the first restrictions, most European countries therefore intend to turn the page on Covid-19 and few limitations remain.

In France, for example, wearing a mask will no longer be compulsory in transport from this Monday.

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