Related News COVID-19 Coming from Europe is very worrying. The Last weekHans Cluj, director of the WHO’s 53 countries in the European region, which includes some Central Asian countries, told reporters that Europe was once again at the center of the epidemic, thanks to the delta diversity, as happened in March 2020.
read more: Covit-19 is the utopia of zero
This is because in the last week of October there were 1.8 million new cases and about 24,000 deaths, 59% of corona virus cases and half deaths COVID-19 Europe has them in the world. Hospitals in the region are overcrowded with Govt-19 patients, and in 43 of the 53 countries, these hospitals are estimated to collapse in the next three months.
Of great concern is the fact that the rate of new cases in the region has almost doubled since mid-September, with 18 of the 20 countries in the world documenting the highest number of infections in Europe or Central Asia.
Said Dr. Kluke The virus spread rapidly in the area as basic precautions such as the use of masks were relaxed and very few people were vaccinated., The rate of hospitalization was higher in countries with lower vaccination rates.
In Germany, for example, 33,949 new infections were reported in 24 hours on Wednesday, November 4, the highest number of cases, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute. Since the onset of the epidemic. In that country, only 67% of the population is fully vaccinated, and despite pleas from health officials to vaccinate people, the public does not listen.
“[En Alemania] Booster doses are available for people over 60 years of age […] They were not used at the expected rate.
The booster doses available since August for those over 60 and residents of nursing homes (including staff) have not been used at the expected rate. Unlike other European countries, coronavirus vaccination in Germany is not mandatory for any professional group, including health professionals. In this regard, in the pre-April 2021 issue, 91.2% of health professionals agreed with the vaccine.
For its part, in the first weeks of October and compared with other parts of Europe, There were more new cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the UK, with nearly half a million infections being recorded at the time. For example, on Monday, October 18, nearly 50,000 infections were recorded. High number Than France, Germany, Italy and Spain. Despite the initial success of the vaccination program, the vaccine was not received with the same enthusiasm by adolescents and motivated people. In this regard, less than half of those over the age of 80 who have been vaccinated with two doses have received their stimulus.
Including many others Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, On July 19, Prime Minister Boris Johnson was accused of taking anti-epidemic measures, and before Christmas, UK Health Secretary Sajid Javed said there could be as many as 100,000 cases a day, but no new restrictions have yet been announced. No They have mandatory masks, vaccination certificates and can be re-installed to work from home.
On Russia, New lawsuits and deaths continue to break records. Yesterday, November 6, 1,188 deaths and 41,335 new cases were reported, surpassing the 40,993 recorded on October 31. Officials point to Russia’s low vaccination rate as a key factor in the sharp rise in cases that began in mid-September. In Russia, less than 40% of the population is fully vaccinated.
“Correcting the reluctance of the general public to close gaps and vaccinate should be a priority.”
Adolescents are already included in the national program, despite the misconception that the vaccine war is winning, What is true Only 58.5% of the total population has received at least one dose, and only 47.2% have been fully vaccinated. Undoubtedly, coverage is still lacking, which puts us in the last places in South America.
These worrying figures should be explained in the context of what has been reported In Sullana, 23 ICU beds at Campeones del 36 Hospital are occupied by patients with delta variability, 80% of whom have not been vaccinated or reported by Minza Juan Carbazal, Of these, 92.6% were hospitalized, 88.8% were in the ICU and 93.7% were unvaccinated.
On the other hand, as of October 11, Minza’s data showed that 26.3% of people over the age of 80, 20.2% between the ages of 70 and 80, 21.1% between the ages of 60 and 70, 25, 4% between the ages of 50 and 60, 33.3% between the ages of 40 and 50, and 30 to 52.4% between the ages of 40 and 76.8% between the ages of 20 and 30 did not receive the vaccine.
Relatively low vaccination coverage of the total population, significant vaccination intervals under age (especially among young people) and dominance of delta variation, Will the United States, Germany and Russia follow in the footsteps of the United States? COVID-19 In their unvaccinated population?
Undoubtedly, closing the gaps and correcting the reluctance of the general public to be vaccinated should be a fundamental priority of the National Vaccine Program in Peru.
This may be of interest to you
Subscribe to our newsletter
. “Infuriatingly humble alcohol fan. Friendly entrepreneur. Travel aficionado. Typical tv advocate.”