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"Compounded by more transmissible variants, like Delta, which is quickly becoming the dominant strain in many countries, we are in a very dangerous period of this pandemic," Ghebreyesus said at a press briefing."Compounded by more transmissible variants, like Delta, which is quickly becoming the dominant strain in many countries, we are in a very dangerous period of this pandemic," Ghebreyesus said at a press briefing.

Delta variant is dangerous, continues to evolve and mutate: WHO chief

"Compounded by more transmissible variants, like Delta, which is quickly becoming the dominant strain in many countries, we are in a very dangerous period of this pandemic," Ghebreyesus said at a press briefing."Compounded by more transmissible variants, like Delta, which is quickly becoming the dominant strain in many countries, we are in a very dangerous period of this pandemic," Ghebreyesus said at a press briefing.

Delta variant is dangerous, continues to evolve and mutate: WHO chief

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that nations around the world are doing too little to stop the virus, which has got more contagious over time.Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that nations around the world are doing too little to stop the virus, which has got more contagious over time.

WHO: Coronavirus Variants Spreading Faster Than Vaccines Can Stop

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Countries across Europe are scrambling to accelerate coronavirus vaccinations and outpace the spread of the more infectious delta variant, in a high-stakes race to prevent hospital wards from filling up again with patients fighting for their lives.Countries across Europe are scrambling to accelerate coronavirus vaccinations and outpace the spread of the more infectious delta variant, in a high-stakes race to prevent hospital wards from filling up again with patients fighting for their lives.

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WHO chief has warned the world is in a very dangerous period. Says hospitals overflowing are again becoming normal in countries with low vaccinations.WHO chief has warned the world is in a very dangerous period. Says hospitals overflowing are again becoming normal in countries with low vaccinations.

World in 'dangerous period' of COVID pandemic, Delta variant is continuing to mutate: WHO

The delta variant of the coronavirus has been found in at least 98 countries and regions, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Friday, adding that it's spreading quickly in countries with low and high vaccination rates.

WHO: Delta variant detected in 98 countries and regions - CGTN

No country in the world is out of woods yet, said WHO, the reason being mutated Delta variant is more virulent than other variantsNo country in the world is out of woods yet, said WHO, the reason being mutated Delta variant is more virulent than other variants

Corona Delta Variant: World Corona Crisis We Are In Dangerous Period Pandemic Delta Variant Raging 98 Countries: WHO

The Delta variant, first detected in India, is now being reported in nearly 100 countries, which is likely an underestimate and the highly transmissible strain is expected to rapidly outcompete other variants and become dominant globally over the coming months, WHO had said this week.The Delta variant, first detected in India, is now being reported in nearly 100 countries, which is likely an underestimate and the highly transmissible strain is expected to rapidly outcompete other variants and become dominant globally over the coming months, WHO had said this week.

Delta variant continues to evolve and mutate, world witnessing a 'dangerous period', says WHO chief

United Nations/Geneva, Jul 3 (PTI) The world is in a very dangerous period of the COVID-19 pandemic compounded by more transmissible variants like Delta, which is continuing to evolve and mutate, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned.United Nations/Geneva, Jul 3 (PTI) The world is in a very dangerous period of the COVID-19 pandemic compounded by more transmissible variants like Delta, which is continuing to evolve and mutate, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned.

Delta variant is dangerous & is continuing to evolve and mutate: WHO chief

The World Health Organization (WHO) director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned on Saturday the world is currently in a very dangerous period of the pandemic and the delta variant is continuing to evolve and mutate. | World NewsThe World Health Organization (WHO) director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned on Saturday the world is currently in a very dangerous period of the pandemic and the delta variant is continuing to evolve and mutate.

Delta variant spreads to 98 nations, Europe struggles to ramp up vaccination | World News - Hindustan Times

The variant, first detected in India in December last year, has spread to about 100 countriesThe variant, first detected in India in December last year, has spread to about 100 countries

Coronavirus: Highly contagious Delta variant surges through Asia, prompting lockdowns

The highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus is surging through Asia this week, with record numbers of infections in Australia and South Korea, prompting some countries to tighten curbs and others to hasten vaccination. The variant, first detected in India in December last year, has spread to about 100…The highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus is surging through Asia this week, with record numbers of infections in Australia and South Korea, prompting some countries to tighten curbs and others to hasten vaccination. The variant, first detected in India in December last year, has spread to about 100…

Delta variant sweeps Asia, prompting curbs as vaccination remains tepid | Cyprus Mail

During a press conference Dr. Ghebreyesus directly from WHO's headquarters in Switzerland said the situation demands more precise studies and analysis in order for the organization to respond effectively.During a press conference Dr. Ghebreyesus directly from WHO's headquarters in Switzerland said the situation demands more precise studies and analysis in order for the organization to respond effectively.

WHO: COVID-19 Delta variant puts world in very critical situation - Saudi Gazette

GENEVA • The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that the world is in "a very dangerous period" of the coronavirus pandemic with the more transmissible Delta variant detected in at least 98 countries.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -GENEVA • The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that the world is in "a very dangerous period" of the coronavirus pandemic with the more transmissible Delta variant detected in

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The Delta variant has been identified in all 50 states, accounting for 26% of all new U.S. coronavirus cases by mid-June.

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by AFP The World Health Organization (WHO) called Thursday for better monitoring of Euro 2020 football matches as Covid infections climb again in Europe,by AFP The World Health Organization (WHO) called Thursday for better monitoring of Euro 2020 football matches as Covid infections climb again in Europe,

WHO sounds alarm over Euro 2020 as Covid cases soar

by AFP The World Health Organization (WHO) called Thursday for better monitoring of Euro 2020 football matches as Covid infections climb again in Europe,by AFP The World Health Organization (WHO) called Thursday for better monitoring of Euro 2020 football matches as Covid infections climb again in Europe,

WHO sounds alarm over Euro 2020 as Covid cases soar

Japan in state of emergency as cases climb while India’s official death toll tops 400,000Japan in state of emergency as cases climb while India’s official death toll tops 400,000

Ban on Olympic spectators mooted as Delta variant takes hold in Asia

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United Nations/Geneva, July 3 The world is in a very "dangerous period" of the Covid pandemic compounded by more transmissible variants like Delta, which is continuing to evolve and mutate, World HeaSays in countries with low vaccination coverage, terrible scenes of hospitals overflowing are again becoming the norm The world is in a very "dangerous period" of the Covid pandemic compounded by more transmissible variants like Delta, which is continuing to evolve and mutate, World Health Organisation Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned.

Delta variant is dangerous and is continuing to evolve and mutate: WHO chief : The Tribune India

The COVID-19 Weekly Epidemiological Update published by WHO said that as of June 29, 2021, 96 countries have reported cases of the Delta variant, though this is likely an underestimate as sequencing capacities needed to identify variants are limited.The Delta variant is dangerous and is continuing to evolve and mutate, which requires constant evaluation and careful adjustment of the public health response.

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WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in countries with low vaccination coverage, terrible scenes of hospitals overflowing are again becoming the normWHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in countries with low vaccination coverage, terrible scenes of hospitals overflowing are again becoming the norm

Delta variant is dangerous, continuing to evolve and mutate: WHO chief - The Hindu

As the Delta variant continues to mutate and evolve in nearly 100 countries, the Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) said the world is in "a very dangerous period".As the Delta variant continues to mutate and evolve in nearly 100 countries, the Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) said the world is in "a very dangerous period".

'Dangerous period' of pandemic, says WHO chief after Delta variant found in 100 countries - Coronavirus Outbreak News

The Delta variant of COVID-19 has been so far detected in at least 98 countries and is reportedly spreading quickly in countries with low and high vaccination coverage.The Delta variant of COVID-19 has been so far detected in at least 98 countries and is reportedly spreading quickly in countries with low and high vaccination coverage.

World in 'very dangerous' period of COVID-19 pandemic: WHO as Delta variant continues to evolve and mutate | World News | Zee News

“The stability in terms of the daily numbers of cases is quite reassuring,” an epidemiologist said.“The stability in terms of the daily numbers of cases is quite reassuring,” an epidemiologist said.

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The Delta variant of Covid-19 has been detected in at least 98 countries and continues to evolve and mutate, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. "The Delta variant is dangerous and is continuing to evolve and mutate, which requires constant evaluation and careful adjustment of the public health response. Delta has been detected in at least 98 countries and isThe Delta variant of Covid-19 has been detected in at least 98 countries and continues to evolve and mutate, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday.

Delta variant in at least 98 countries, continues to mutate: WHO | The Daily Star

The health body chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus reiterated that the Delta strain was quickly becoming the dominant variant across the world.The health body chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus reiterated that the Delta strain was quickly becoming the dominant variant across the world.

Coronavirus: WHO chief flags ‘dangerous period’ of pandemic due to mutation of Delta variant

The health body chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus reiterated that the Delta strain was quickly becoming the dominant variant across the world.The health body chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus reiterated that the Delta strain was quickly becoming the dominant variant across the world.

Coronavirus: WHO chief flags ‘dangerous period’ of pandemic due to mutation of Delta variant

A 45-year-old mother of two was hesitant about getting the vaccine, but then contracted the delta variant this spring. Her health quickly went downhill.A 45-year-old mother of two was hesitant about getting the vaccine, but then contracted the delta variant this spring. Her health quickly went downhill.

Family mourns 45-year-old mother who died from Delta variant after refusing vaccine | KRON4

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the delta variant is continuing to evolve and mutate, and it is becoming the predominant virus in many countriesTedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the delta variant is continuing to evolve and mutate, and it is becoming the predominant virus in many countries

World is in 'very dangerous period' of covid pandemic: WHO

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WHO: COVID-19 Delta variant continues to evolve and mutate, posing global riskWHO: COVID-19 Delta variant continues to evolve and mutate, posing global risk

WHO: COVID-19 Delta variant continues to evolve and mutate, posing global risk - Saudi Gazette

The delta variant, is continuing to evolve and mutate, and it is becoming the predominant COVID-19 virus in many countries.

WHO: 'Dangerous period' with delta variant

Crowds at Euro 2020 football stadiums and in pubs and bars in host cities are driving the current rise in coronavirus infections in Europe, the World Health Organisation said on Thursday.Crowds at Euro 2020 football stadiums and in pubs and bars in host cities are driving the current rise in coronavirus infections in Europe, the World Health Organisation said on Thursday.

Coronavirus: WHO warns of third coronavirus wave in Europe | CTV News

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The Delta variant continues to remain a cause of concern not just in India, but all over the world. The UK is seeing a spike in cases due to Delta variant, Australia has curbed new arrivals, US CDC has warned that Delta will be the dominant strain in the country. In Africa, cases are doubling every three weeks.The Delta variant continues to remain a cause of concern not just in India, but all over the world. The UK is seeing a spike in cases due to Delta variant, Australia has curbed new arrivals, US CDC has warned that Delta will be the dominant strain in the country. In Africa, cases are doubling every three weeks.

Global Alert For Delta Variant: UK Sees A New Spike In Cases

UN health agency sounds alarm and calls for ‘discipline’ as highly infectious Delta variant races through region.UN health agency sounds alarm and calls for ‘discipline’ as highly infectious Delta variant races through region.

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Experts say the vaccines appear to be effective against the Delta variant.Experts say the vaccines appear to be effective against the Delta variant.

COVID-19 Delta Variant Spreading In NYC; City Officials Urge Residents To Get Vaccinated: ‘We Need To Take This Seriously’ – CBS New York

The variant has spread to about 100 countries and the WHO warned recently that it could soon become the dominant form of the virusThe variant has spread to about 100 countries and the WHO warned recently that it could soon become the dominant form of the virus

Covid-19: Delta variant sweeps Asia, prompting curbs as vaccination remains tepid - News | Khaleej Times

COPENHAGEN: Host cities of Euro 2020 football matches need to better monitor the movement of spectators, including before they arrive and after ...COPENHAGEN: Host cities of Euro 2020 football matches need to better monitor the movement of spectators, including before they arrive and after ...

Football: WHO Europe calls for better monitoring of Euro spectators - CNA

'Delta dominant and not fully vaccinated': WHO outlines COVID-19's hold over Europe by August"Last week the number of cases rose by 10 per cent driven by increased mixing, travel gatherings and easing of social restrictions," WHO Regional Director for Europe Hans Kluge said.

'Delta dominant and not fully vaccinated': WHO outlines COVID-19's hold over Europe by August | Euronews

The highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus is surging through Asia, with record numbers of infections in Australia and South Korea, prompting some countries to tighten curbs and others to step up vaccinations. The variant, first detected in India in December last year, has spread to about 100 countries and the World Health Organisation warned recently that it could soon become the dominant form of the virus. Total cases in the state in the latest outbreak have topped 200, a majority caused by the Delta variant.The highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus is surging through Asia, with record numbers of infections in Australia and South Korea, prompting some countries to tighten curbs and others to step up vaccinations. The variant, first detected in India in December last year, has spread to about 100 countries and the World Health Organisation warned recently that it could soon become the dominant form of the virus. Total cases in the state in the latest outbreak have topped 200, a majority caused by the Delta variant.

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Covid-19 cases have started to increase again in Europe after 10 consecutive weeks of decline, according to the European branch of the World Health Organization...Covid-19 cases have started to increase again in Europe after 10 consecutive weeks of decline, according to the European branch of the World Health Organization (WHO).

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The number of daily new cases of COVID-19 has surged over the past week in the United States, as the government eliminates all remaining restrictions on the spread of the disease even as the dangerous Delta variant becomes prevalent.The number of daily new cases of COVID-19 has surged over the past week in the United States, as the government eliminates all remaining restrictions on the spread of the disease even as the dangerous Delta variant becomes prevalent.

World Health Organization warns of new pandemic wave as cases surge in Europe and US - World Socialist Web Site

A 10-week decline in Covid cases in Europe has ended as infections rise, prompting the head of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) European branch to implore citizens and decision makers to exercise caution.A 10-week decline in Covid cases in Europe has ended as infections rise, prompting the head of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) European branch to implore citizens and decision makers to exercise caution.

WHO Europe leader warns of new wave as Covid cases creep up after 10-week decline across continent — RT World News

The World Health Organisation has warned that although a 10-week period of declining covid-19 cases in Europe has come to an end, a new wave of infections isThe World Health Organisation has warned that although a 10-week period of declining covid-19 cases in Europe has come to an end, a new wave of infections is

WHO warns of a new pandemic wave for Europe due to Delta mutation - Greek City Times

The WHO said a decline in the number of infections in the region over the past 10 weeks has now come to an end.The WHO said a decline in the number of infections in the region over the past 10 weeks has now come to an end.

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The World Health Organization on Thursday said Covid cases were on the rise again in Europe and called for better monitoring of the movement of spectators attending Euro 2020 football matches.The World Health Organization on Thursday said Covid cases were on the rise again in Europe and called for better monitoring of the movement of spectators attending Euro 2020 football matches.

Covid cases on the rise in Europe once again as WHO warns of Euro 2020 risk - The Local

The new rise in cases in Europe ended a stretch that had raised hopes the pandemic would recede as vaccinations were on the rise.The new rise in cases in Europe ended a stretch that had raised hopes the pandemic would recede as vaccinations were on the rise.

Coronavirus global updates: New cases rise in Europe for the first time in 10 weeks amid delta variant spread - The Washington Post

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