COVID-19 October 27, 2021 | 2:05 pm

Weekly COVID cases rise after 2 months of declines in Europe

Increase in the number of coronavirus cases

Geneva – Despite the legislation of vaccine mandates and vaccine passes, global cases of COVID-19 increased by 4% last week after almost two months of declines, mainly due to new waves of infections in European countries such as the United Kingdom, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported today.

The world had not recorded an increase in the number of coronavirus cases since the week of August 23-29.

But WHO today reported 2.9 million infections between October 18 and 24. More than half, 1.6 million, were reported in Europe, where positives rose by 18% compared to the previous week.

The situation contrasts with the other regions, where cases continued to fall – by 21 % in Africa, 17 % in East Asia, 9 % in the Americas, and 9 % in South and Southeast Asia.
In parallel, deaths last week increased by 5% to 49,000, with Europe accounting for the most deaths (21,000, up 14%).

South Asia also recorded a weekly increase of 13 % in this indicator. However, its absolute figures were much lower (3,300 deaths), while in America the number of deaths was almost the same as in the previous week (18,000) and in the rest of the regions, there were decreases of more than 10 % in deaths.

The United States continues to be the country reporting the most cases, with 512,000 last week, although its figures continue to fall (12% less than in the previous seven days).

In contrast, the other four countries with the most cases last week, all European, have sharply rising infection curves – the United Kingdom, with 330,000 cases (up 16%), Russia (248,000, up 15%), Turkey (196,000, up 8%) and Ukraine (134,000, up 43%).

In the cumulative total since the beginning of the pandemic, total infections amounted to 243 million, while deaths exceeded 4.9 million.

In terms of vaccinations, the world is now approaching 7 billion doses of antiviral vaccines administered.
At least 49% of the world’s population has received at least one dose, although, in the case of low-income countries, this percentage barely reaches 3.1%.

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alfredo
October 27, 2021 2:23 pm

The question all should be pondering is the more folks get vaccinated why the increase of covid cases…notice places like Central Africa percentages are down…many countries there have been using ivermectin for decades…India is no longer in the news because the government there distributed for free a package that included Zinc, ivermectin, Vitamin D pills…a bad flu but nonetheless the flu….

John D. Conor
October 27, 2021 2:46 pm

Guess what? Flu season is here

Cobraboy
October 27, 2021 6:06 pm

The Globalist Overlords will NEVER let this pandemic go.

It has NEVER been about health. Klaus Schwab, the mega-globalist-elite head of the World Economic Forum (and hubby of a Rothschild), even said as much in his book, readily available for cheap on Amazon, Covid 19: The Great Reset.

I agree with alfredo: is no one curious as to why the more a region gets vaxxxed, the more covid cases they get?

I know the answer. Who else does, too?

alfredo
October 27, 2021 6:53 pm
Reply to  Cobraboy

Just curious from DR1?

John D. Conor
October 27, 2021 10:02 pm
Reply to  Cobraboy

Tell them bro! This is the New World Order’s Agenda 21 rolling out worldwide and people still think it is about a virus with a 99.97 recovery rates
Let them get in line and get the snake oil, let them drink the coolaid.

Edward
October 27, 2021 6:43 pm

The world is a big melting pot of test dummies. No cure for aids or cancer which is also deadly but a cure for the man-made disease in a year. Hahaha when are people going to wake up. You take the vaccine you get COVID you don’t you get it. I will stick will a big fat fuck you!!!!