World Latest News Update: WHO issues a warning as Covid cases climb for the second week in a row over the world:1 min read
According to the World Health Organization, the number of new coronavirus cases worldwide climbed by 7% in the past week. According to the UN health agency’s assessment on the pandemic, there were over 12 million new cases every week and just under 33,000 fatalities, a 23 percent decrease in mortality. Many illnesses are likely to be overlooked as a result of many countries abandoning testing program, according to the WHO. According to the UN health agency, the Western Pacific is the only region in the world where coronavirus incidence are on the rise. According to data from the previous week, the number of new infections in Europe remained steady while falling elsewhere.
India has decided to discontinue all COVID-19 containment measures on March 31, two years after they were put in place following the pandemic’s breakout. Health officials in China announced the first coronav virus deaths in more than a year this week.