In Europe, the case of the individuals getting affected by the variant of the COVID-19 has increased two times more in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Russia, as well as in Ukraine, as per World Health Orgnaistaion (WHO).
Moreover, the new variant of the Omicron variant is spreading in the path of the east of Europe. On Tuesday, the World Health Organisation encouraged the authorities to work on the advancement of the vaccination and the other measures.
The Europe regional director of WHO named Hans Kluge mentioned in the statement since the previous two weeks, the cases of the COVID-19 virus has increased twice as great in Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Russia as well as Ukraine.
Along with this, the remarks were noticed as some of the European nations, notably the Czech Republic and Poland, conveyed the information that the COVID-19 restrictions may be relaxed in the coming month if the everyday cases of the COVID-19 resume to decrease.
The world health organisation has highlighted the requirement of the measures, including rapid testing and mandate facial masks, stating that more than 165 million of the COVID-19 cases have been noticed all over the WHO European region. On the other hand, the individuals facing casualties have been reported as 25,000 in the previous week.
The Belgian medical doctor Hans Kluge mentioned the wave of the omicron variant and the Delta variant is still there and is continuously spreading towards the east; this is the situation of concern and at this point, relaxing the COVID restrictions is a risk-taking decision. This is still a matter of concern.
COVID-19 cases in Europe has declined with the passing time, and various countries such as Italy have organised the carnival in the country with the decline in the cases of viral infection caused by the –.