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Global COVID decline continues, except in Europe

COVID-19 cases continue to fall in most world regions, continuing a pattern that started in August, but Europe reported a modest increase, the World Health Organization (WHO) said today in its weekly pandemic update.

Deaths trend downward; hot spots in flux

Africa and Western Pacific regions registered the steepest drops in cases. However, new COVID-19 illnesses in Europe were up 7% compared to the previous week. Nearly half of European countries reported rising cases last week, with the United Kingdom, Turkey, and Russia reporting the highest new-case totals.

Deaths also fell in most of the world's regions, though fatalities increased in Europe by 11% compared to the week before.

Europe and the Americas reported the highest weekly incidence

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COVID-19 cases continue to fall in most world regions, continuing a pattern that started in August, but Europe reported a modest increase, the World Health Organization (WHO) said today in its weekly pandemic update.
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