With the vaccination program progressing well in many countries around the world, epidemiological data are clearly improving, while the transmissibility index is falling significantly.
According to data presented today by World Health Organisation, from January to February the reduction in coronavirus infections is great.
In half the coronavirus cases fell, all over the world, from January to February. In numbers, more than 5 million cases were reported in the first week of January, up from 2.4 million last week.
As the WHO data show, in America cases have dropped significantly, from 444,000 in the first week of January to 169,000 last Sunday.
Decrease in the number of infections knows and Europe, as 150,000 fewer cases of deadly disease were recorded in six weeks.
There is also a decrease in the number of deaths on the planet. Over 98,000 lost the battle with the coronavirus, in the first week of January, in relation to them 66.000 who died last week.
In total, the infections exceed 111 million worldwide, while the death toll reaches almost 2.5 million.
Vaccinations, as observed and formulated by infectious disease specialists, reduce the transmissibility index.
In the Israel, where a quarter of the population has been vaccinated with the second dose of the vaccine, the gradual return to normal has begun, as the epidemiological data are encouraging.
In Britain, the European country hardest hit by the second wave of the pandemic, there have been reports of easing measures following the vaccination of some 15 million people and the drop in transmissibility index R to 0.6.
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