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WHO: The only part of Europe where infection is on the rise

WHO: The only part of Europe where infection is on the rise

Last week, the number of Govt cases in Europe increased by seven per cent compared to last week. According to the World Health Organization, covid fallout increased only in Europe.

The UK, Russia and Turkey have reported the highest number of cases in Europe in the past week.

In Russia, the vaccination rate is 32 percent. In an effort to reduce the epidemic, President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday decided to close workplaces for a week.

New strike in Latvia

In the last two days, a sharp increase in Govt infection has been noted in Poland. The country’s health minister said it would no longer be a tough grip on people who ignore wearing the mouthpiece. The minister also said that higher fines would be imposed in lieu of warnings.

In Latvia, the vaccination rate is over 50 percent and the community is closed again. For four weeks, schools and workplaces will be closed. Curfew is also in force in the evening and at night.

Tegnell does not believe in a difficult situation in Sweden

State epidemiologist Anders Technell is not worried about a difficult govt situation in Sweden. He is reluctant to speculate on how the epidemic will develop in the winter, but does not think a situation like the one in the UK is likely to exist.

– Very difficult to know, this disease has surprised us before. But it is hard for me to see that we will get into a very serious situation. We have already gone inside and started giving the third dose to the very weak, and he tells DT that a lot of vaccines are accessible.

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According to Technell, it is difficult to find simple explanations for why one country stands up against another and why it is so difficult to attack in a particular situation, because the picture is often so complex.

– It is very clear that it is diverse. How many chronic diseases are there, congestion, multi-generational housing … and purely cultural things like how to socialize. We firmly believe that there are simple explanations, simple solutions, but he says it is not.