Expected Rise In The Cases In October & November: WHO Says

Expected Rise In The Cases In October & November: WHO Says

The World Health Organization (WHO) has made a revelation regarding the current coronavirus cases in Europe. WHO has reported that the cases might rise in October and November as reported by AFP.

“It's going to get tougher. In October, November, we are going to see more mortality,” WHO Europe Director Hans Kluge said.

The number of deaths in Europe remains stable. However, there is a dramatic surge in the number of cases.

The new expectation is set to claim many lives on the continent.

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“It's a moment where countries don't want to hear this bad news, and I understand,” Kluge told AFP in an interview, stressing that he wanted to send the “positive message” that the pandemic “is going to finish, at one moment or another”.