WHO: Number of Corona Infections in Eastern Europe Continues to Rising
While in Western Europe the number of new reports of infections and cases of coronavirus is falling, the reverse is the case in Russia and Eastern Europe.
This is reported by the World Health Organization WHO.
“We are currently seeing a steady decline in Europe in Western Europe.
It is not fast, but fewer new cases are reported daily; except in Russia and Eastern Europe, where we still see an increase,” a spokeswoman for the organization.
Russia has reported 414,000 infections. That is the highest total in the world after the US and Brazil. More than 5,000 people have died in Russia so far.
The spokeswoman did not answer questions about whether discussions are still being held with the United States.
President Donald Trump announced last Friday that the US is leaving the organization because of the management of the pandemic.
“The WHO would like to continue to work with the United States,” WHO President Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Monday.