World Health Organization has reported a decrease in the number of deaths of COVID-19 worldwide

World Health Organization has reported a decrease in the number of deaths of COVID-19 worldwide

From June 5 to July 2, more than 885,000 people were infected with the coronavirus and more than 4,900 people died. The number of deaths decreased by 59% compared to the previous 28 days, while the number of infections decreased by 48%. As reported by AMIT "Khovar" with reference to TASS, this was reported on Thursday by the World Health Organization.

According to the Organization, 885,478 cases of infection and 4,912 deaths were registered in the world over four weeks. The most cases were detected in the Republic of Korea (383,767 people). After Korea, Australia (85,167), Brazil (70,163), Singapore (32,562) and Russia (30,049) had the most cases. During this period, a large number of deaths from COVID-19 were detected in Brazil (1,057), Russia (506), Italy (317), Peru (250) and Australia (241).

The COVID-19 disease-related global health emergency was in effect from the end of January 2020 to May 5, 2023. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization classified the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic. As of July 5, according to data published on the organization's website, there have been 767,726,861 cases of coronavirus infection worldwide, with 6,948,764 deaths.

World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a briefing in Geneva on May 5 that the real number of dead is about 20 million people.

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