The World Health Organization has warned of the possible death of a hundred thousand people each week from the coronavirus, writes Reuters.
“The epidemiological situation is currently developing dynamically and unevenly, and it may well become more complicated in the future,” said Michael Ryan, director of the WHO emergency program.
WHO warned of moral catastrophe due to pandemic
As noted, now more than 47 percent of deaths occur in North and South America, and in the future, according to projections, the figure may increase.
In Europe, according to the organization, the situation is expected to stabilize, but the mortality rate will remain high.
According to the latest WHO data, the number of detected cases of coronavirus in the world has exceeded 93 million. More than two million people have died in that time.