As the international outbreak of the corona virus spread, so did its death toll.
Although the Corona extravaganza that began in Wuhan, China, continues today, the death toll is currently very low.
Several factors, such as the Covid vaccine and corona awareness, have reduced the incidence of corona and the number of victims.
But the World Health Organization’s claim that the number of cov’s deaths in the world is actually three times higher is highlighted by the severity of the corona and its impact.
The World Health Organization released a report on Thursday.
According to its estimates, the Covid virus will kill between 13.3 million and 16.6 million people in 2020 and 2021.
The WHO, which describes this as “excessive death”, estimates that the number is higher than the number of deaths caused by the “knock-on effects” of Covid disease.
That is, the fact that the World Health Organization estimates that the number of deaths associated with the COVID-19 infection is actually three times higher than the official number of cases caused by the virus has shocked everyone.
In addition, the WHO said that 84 percent of cobra victims occurred in Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that between 1 January 2020 and 31 December 2021 the number of deaths directly or indirectly associated with the Covid-19 epidemic was approximately 14.9 million, according to the United Nations Health Organization.
Excessive mortality is defined as the difference in the total number of deaths from the crisis compared to the expected deaths under normal conditions.
The unusually high mortality rate caused by the COVID-19 infection is attributed to both the total number of deaths directly attributed to the virus and the indirect impact on essential health services such as disruption or travel disruption.
“These sober data only point to the impact of the epidemic, and these data indicate the need for strong health information systems.
The death toll underscores the need for essential health services in times of crisis and the need for all nations to invest in health systems, “said WHO President Tetros Adanom Caprais.
As successive mutations in the corona virus spread to other parts of the world, fears of a 4th wave in India have been raised. Fears have now been raised that the Corona might encounter a fourth wave (Corona fouth wave).