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Global Surge Is Stabilizing, Albeit at a High Level, W.H.O. Says
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organization, said the number of coronavirus cases worldwide showed signs of flattening after increasing for nearly two months, despite continuing increases in some regions.
After increasing for nearly two months, the global number of Covid-19 cases and deaths was stable last week. But it’s stable at a very high level, more than 4.5 million cases and 68,000 deaths. However, the situation is very different from region to region, country to country, province to province and town to town. Some regions and countries continue to see steep increases in cases and deaths, while others are declining. As long as this virus is circulating anywhere, it’s a threat everywhere.
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