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Protections like wearing masks, which have proved divisive in the United States, are now widespread on the continent, helping people get on with their lives with calculated risk.Protections like wearing masks, which have proved divisive in the United States, are now widespread on the continent, helping people get on with their lives with calculated risk.

"The end of the pandemic is the moment that we learn how to live with this pandemic," says WHO Europe director."The end of the pandemic is the moment that we learn how to live with this pandemic," says WHO Europe director.

October, November to be 'tougher' in Europe with more coronavirus deaths: WHO - World - DAWN.COM

The biggest increases were from India, the United States, and Brazil, according to the world health bodyThe biggest increases were from India, the United States, and Brazil, according to the world health body

WHO reports record one-day increase in global COVID-19 cases

Europe News: Europe will face a rising death toll from the coronavirus during the autumn months, the World Health Organization warned on Monday, as the number of dEurope News: Europe will face a rising death toll from the coronavirus during the autumn months, the World Health Organization warned on Monday, as the number of d

WHO issues Europe deaths warning as daily infections hit new high - Times of India

India contributed nearly a third of the new cases with 94,372, as the country of 1.3billion continues to pile up infections at a record pace (pictured, a map showing total cases around the world).India contributed nearly a third of the new cases with 94,372, as the country of 1.3billion continues to pile up infections at a record pace (pictured, a map showing total cases around the world).

World sees record spike in coronavirus cases with 307,930 | Daily Mail Online

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The World Health Organization reported 307,930 new cases worldwide on Sunday, the highest daily figure since the beginning of the pandemic in China late last year, as global cases rapidly topped 29 million.The World Health Organization reported 307,930 new cases worldwide on Sunday, the highest daily figure since the beginning of the pandemic in China late last year, as global cases rapidly topped 29 million.

We Are Going to See More Deaths, Warns WHO as Covid-19 Hit New High in Europe

WHO recorded a record one-day rise in the number of new coronavirus infections, with 307,930 reported cases. Number of deaths rose by more than 5,500.WHO recorded a record one-day rise in the number of new coronavirus infections, with 307,930 reported cases. Number of deaths rose by more than 5,500.

WHO reports highest one-day spike in global coronavirus cases - Republic World

World sees record single-day jump in coronavirus casesThe number of daily coronavirus infections around the world reached a record high, eight months after the globe first learned about the disease. The World Health Organization (WHO)...

World sees record single-day jump in coronavirus cases | Daily Sabah

A record number of new coronavirus cases within a 24-hour-period was reported Sept. 13. However, the number of new deaths reported was far below the previous record. The WHO reported 5,537 new deaths, while its record stands at 12,430 and dates back to April 17. The WHO's Hans Kluge warned that the pandemic could turn deadlier again in the fall.

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"It's going to get tougher. In October, November, we are going to see more mortality," Hans Kluge, Director of the WHO European office, said."It's going to get tougher. In October, November, we are going to see more mortality," Hans Kluge, Director of the WHO European office, said.

Coronavirus: Europe must prepare for rise in COVID-19 deaths in October and November, warns WHO | Euronews

COPENHAGEN - Europe will face a rising death toll from the coronavirus during autumn, the World Health Organization warned on Monday as the number of daily infections around the world hit a record high.COPENHAGEN - Europe will face a rising death toll from the coronavirus during autumn, the World Health Organization warned on Monday as the number of daily infections around the world hit a record high.

WHO delivers Europe death warning as infections hit new high

The World Health Organization's COVID-19 dashboard showed Monday a new one-day record high had been reached at 307,930 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus.

WHO reports new daily record in COVID-19 cases

Oct, Nov to be 'tougher' with more coronavirus deaths: WHO EuropeOct, Nov to be 'tougher' with more coronavirus deaths: WHO Europe

Oct, Nov to be 'tougher' with more coronavirus deaths: WHO Europe - France 24

The World Health Organization (WHO) reports a record increase in global coronavirus cases on Sunday, with the total rising by 307,930 in 24 hours.The World Health Organization (WHO) reports a record increase in global coronavirus cases on Sunday, with the total rising by 307,930 in 24 hours.

WHO reports record one-day rise in Covid-19 cases - Vatican News

COPENHAGEN • The World Health Organisation (WHO) expects Europe to see a rise in the daily number of Covid-19 deaths in the next two months, the head of the body's European branch told Agence France-Presse yesterday.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -COPENHAGEN • The World Health Organisation (WHO) expects Europe to see a rise in the daily number of Covid-19 deaths in the next two months, the head of the body's European branch told

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The World Health Organisation has warned European countries to expect a spike in deaths from the coronavirus in October and November. France's daily Covid-19 infections remain among the highest in Eu…The World Health Organisation has warned European countries to expect a spike in deaths from the coronavirus in October and November. France's daily Covid-19 infections remain among the highest in Eu…

WHO warns of surge in European Covid-19 deaths in coming months

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The health agency reported more than 300,000 new cases on Sunday.The health agency reported more than 300,000 new cases on Sunday.

World Sets Record For Daily Covid-19 Cases: WHO

The World Health Organization reported 307,930 new cases worldwide on Sunday, the highest daily figure since the beginning of the pandemic in China late last year.The World Health Organization reported 307,930 new cases worldwide on Sunday, the highest daily figure since the beginning of the pandemic in China late last...

'It's going to get tougher': WHO warns of rising deaths as Europe coronavirus infections spike | SBS News

India reports more than 94,000 new cases; Israel the first to reimpose national lockdown; encouraging signs in Australian state of Victoria India reports more than 94,000 new cases; Israel the first to reimpose national lockdown; encouraging signs in Australian state of Victoria

Global coronavirus report: WHO sees record daily rise in cases around world | Coronavirus outbreak | The Guardian

The largest increases in new infections were reported in India, the US and Brazil, the agency said.The largest increases in new infections were reported in India, the US and Brazil, the agency said.

Coronavirus: WHO reports record daily rise in new infections - BBC News

Cases in Europe have risen sharply in recent weeks, especially in Spain and France. More than 51,000 new cases were reported on Friday alone in the 55 countries monitored by WHO EuropeCases in Europe have risen sharply in recent weeks, especially in Spain and France. More than 51,000 new cases were reported on Friday alone in the 55 countries monitored by WHO Europe

Coronavirus-related deaths may go up over next 2 months: WHO Europe

Record one-day rise in the number of new coronavirus casesA record one-day rise in the number of new coronavirus cases around the world has been recorded. The World Health Organisation says 307,930 confirm

Record one-day rise in the number of new coronavirus cases

Rising cases may soon lead to rising deaths as continent witnesses resurgence of the pandemicRising cases may soon lead to rising deaths as continent witnesses resurgence of the pandemic

Europe is not 'out of the woods', WHO warns as coronavirus cases rise

Many countries in Europe have recently re-implemented tough measures to control the spread of coronavirus as in the past weeks there was a rise in infections although the number of deaths has remained stable.

Countries must prepare for rise in COVID-19 deaths - WHO - Newsbook

World Health Organisation (WHO) Europe director Hans Kluge has warned that a vaccine will not end the coronavirus pandemic as it could only help certain groups of peopleWorld Health Organisation (WHO) Europe director Hans Kluge has warned that a vaccine will not end the coronavirus pandemic as it could only help certain groups of people

WHO says vaccine 'will not end' coronavirus pandemic and warns of deadly October - Daily Star

The organization says the U.S. is one of the countries leading the rise.The organization says the U.S. is one of the countries leading the rise.

WHO reports record-breaking one-day increase in coronavirus cases on Sunday | TheHill

The organization says the U.S. is one of the countries leading the rise.The organization says the U.S. is one of the countries leading the rise.

WHO reports record-breaking one-day increase in coronavirus cases on Sunday | TheHill

Israel, among countries battling a new spike, announced a three-week national lockdown starting Friday when people will not be allowed more than 500 metres from their homes. The announcement has sparked a wave of anger.Israel, among countries battling a new spike, announced a three-week national lockdown starting Friday when people will not be allowed more than 500 metres from their homes. The announcement has sparked a wave of anger.

Daily cases top 300k; Covid-19 lockdown back in Israel - world news - Hindustan Times

October and November will be "tougher" in the face of the pandemic for Europe, the director of the World Health Organisation's (WHO) European branch told AFP onOctober and November will be "tougher" in the face of the pandemic for Europe, the director of the World Health Organisation's (WHO) European branch told AFP on Monday. "In October

Europe will see rise in coronavirus deaths in October and November, WHO says

On Sunday, the World Health Organization made a grim announcement: The daily rise in new COVID-19 infections was the world's highest ever. There were 307,930 new cases recorded over 24 hours, higher... Health News Summaries. | NewserWHO announces highest-ever 24-hour increase in coronavirus infections

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WHO records a surge in COVID-19 cases in one day – FBC News

The World Health Organization(WHO) expects a rise in the number of deaths from COVID-19 in Europe in the next two months, the WHO Europe director, Hans Kluge, said WHO: Next two months to be tougher with more ....

WHO: Next two months to be tougher with more | Roya News

The WHO has warned that there will be 'more mortality' from COVID-19 across Europe in October and November as the pandemic continues.The WHO has warned that there will be 'more mortality' from COVID-19 across Europe in October and November as the pandemic continues.

'More Mortality' From COVID-19 In October, November, WHO Warns

A RECORD rise in global coronavirus cases has been recorded, with 307,930 diagnosed on Sunday. The World Health Organization said ‘we are by no means out of the woods’ as it reported the most daily infections since the crisis began, with the biggest increases in India, the US and Brazil. The WHO’s director-general Tedros Adhanom... View Article

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The WHO reported a record daily number of cases of Covid-19 on Sunday (13 September), with 307,930 confirmed cases reported in 24 hours.The WHO reported a record daily number of cases of Covid-19 on Sunday (13 September), with 307,930 confirmed cases reported in 24 hours.

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GENEVA: The World Health Organisation’s Covid-19 dashboard showed on Monday a new one-day record high had been reached at 307,930 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus.

World sees record 307,930 Covid-19 cases in 24 hours | New Straits Times

Israel has reimposed a national lockdown as countries battle new surges. Israel has reimposed a national lockdown as countries battle new surges.

WHO warns Europe could see rise in daily Covid-19 deaths next month as global cases near 29 million

As the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced a 24-hour record of 307,930 cases of Covid-19, its Europe chief Dr Hans Kluge said it's important for Britons to return to workplaces and go out and have fun As the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced a 24-hour record of 307,930 cases of Covid-19, its Europe chief Dr Hans Kluge said it's important for Britons to return to workplaces and go out and have fun

WHO reports record coronavirus rise but says office workers shouldn't fear return - Mirror Online

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A total of 307,930 cases have been reported over the last 24 hoursA total of 307,930 cases have been reported over the last 24 hours

Coronavirus latest: WHO reports record jump in new Covid-19 infections in single day

The World Health Organization on Monday reported the highest one-day increase in coronavirus cases, a total of 307,930 in a 24-hour period, the highest number recorded since the start of the pandemic.The World Health Organization on Monday reported the highest one-day increase in coronavirus cases, a total of 307,930 in a 24-hour period, the highest number recorded since the start of the pandemic.

Sunday saw record single-day increase in new COVID-19 cases worldwide

COPENHAGEN: The World Health Organization (WHO) expects Europe to see a rise in the daily number of COVID-19 deaths in October and November, the ...COPENHAGEN: The World Health Organization (WHO) expects Europe to see a rise in the daily number of COVID-19 deaths in October and November, the ...

October, November to be 'tougher' with more coronavirus deaths: WHO Europe - CNA