World Health Organization says that there is Worldwide Corona Infection and Mortality reduction

Corona epidemics and deaths have dropped worldwide in recent weeks. Meanwhile, 4.1 million people have been infected and 84,000 have died, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

Last week, the number of new infections fell by 14 percent and the number of deaths by 2 percent, according to the WHO. According to the World Health Organization’s weekly report, the European region has seen the biggest drop in new infections and deaths this week, while Southeast Asia has also improved.

The situation in the US, the Mediterranean, Africa and the West Pacific is similar to last week. The death toll has risen the most in the western Pacific, while the rest is improving, the group said.
Although the situation around the world has improved over the past four weeks, the number of infections and deaths is still high, with infections and deaths rising in some countries.

Meanwhile, the US Secretary of Health has said that transparency is needed in the next phase of the World Health Organization’s investigation into Corona’s resources.

At a WHO ministerial meeting, US Secretary of State Javier Besera said international experts should be allowed to identify the source of the corona virus.

The first case of Covid-19 was found at the end of 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. Since then, it has infected more than 167 million people worldwide and killed 3.4 million people.

Earlier in March, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a report prepared with Chinese scientists that the virus was unlikely to spread from the lab. But the United States has claimed that the corona virus has spread from Chinese labs.

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