coronavirus death toll in the coming days, scientists predict. “Data-reactid =” 32 “> Britain is one of three countries to experience the worst death toll from coronaviruses in the coming days, scientists predict.
MRC Center for Global Infectious Disease Analysis based in the Department of Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases of Imperial College London, predicts that the United Kingdom, as well as the United States and France, will see more than 5,000 deaths reported in the coming week. “Data-reactid =” 33 “> The forecasts, by the MRC Center for Global Infectious Disease Analysis based within the Department of Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases of Imperial College London, predicts that the United Kingdom, as well as The United States and France will see more than 5,000 deaths reported in the coming week.
the death toll in the UK reached 13,729 at 5 p.m. Wednesday, according to figures from the Department of Health. “Data-reactid =” 34 “> The warning comes as the death toll in the UK reached 13,729 at 5 p.m. Wednesday, according to figures from the Department of Health. .
Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Turkey are all expected to see between 1,000 and 5,000 deaths in the coming week.
Other countries are grouped between 100 and 1,000 deaths, while countries are expected to have fewer than 100 deaths, including China and South Korea.
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The forecasts, established by a group of researchers using figures from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, aim to predict the number of deaths in the coming week for each country with what it calls active transmission – when at least 100 deaths have been recorded. reported so far in one country.
Describing how COVID-19 is progressing in various countries, he places the United Kingdom alongside 18 other countries where he says that the virus is “probably stabilizing”, while he describes it as “probably growing” in a total of 16 other countries.
World Health Organization (WHO) for “tempering” positive signs that Europe is crossing the peak of the Covid-19 epidemic. “Data-reactid =” 47 “> This comes from the fact that the United Kingdom was one of a handful of countries chosen by the World Health Organization (WHO) to have” tempered “positive signs that Europe crosses the peak of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Dr Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, said that while there have been “hopeful signs” in the countries most affected by coronavirus, others like the UK demonstrate “Sustained or increased incident levels”.
He said: “Of the 10 countries in the region with the highest number of cases, there have been signs of optimism in terms of increasing numbers in Spain, Italy, Germany, France and Switzerland those last weeks.
“But small positive signals in some countries are tempered by sustained or increased incident levels in other countries, including the United Kingdom, Turkey, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. “
The UK foreclosure was extended for three weeks on Thursday as authorities continue to fight to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
The latest figures from the Department of Health show that 13,729 patients died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK at 5 p.m. Wednesday – an increase from 861 the day before.
Dr Kluge said at the weekly WHO Europe briefing on Thursday that the “thundercloud” of Covid-19 “is still hovering heavily over the European region”.
He added: “The next few weeks will be critical for Europe. Make no mistake – despite the spring weather, we are in the middle of a storm. “