The agency said in Geneva, Switzerland, that it recorded 4 million infections last week, compared with a trend of 4.4 million in the previous 14 days.
Mexico City (apro).- Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO), reported that there was a notable drop in COVID-19 infection rates. This is the first time this has happened in the last two months.
Geneva, Switzerland: The agency reported that 4 million infections were recorded last week, compared to 4.4 millions in the previous 14 days.
It is also worth noting the fact that the number of infections across the globe has declined compared to the week before.
WHO reported in its weekly update that while the global death toll has dropped to 62,000, with Southeast Asia seeing the greatest decline, the death rate in Africa has increased by 7 percent.
The United States, Britain and India are the countries with the highest death rates, followed by Iran, Turkey, India, Iran, Turkey, and India.
He also highlighted the fact that infective delta variants have been discovered in 180 countries.
He also stated that covid-19 is still more common in children than in adults. His thesis was supported by the following data: Children younger than 24 are affected less than 0.5% of all global deaths.