COVID-19: In Russia, the Kremlin is concerned about the number of deaths but excludes new measures
low vaccination rate, no respect for barrier gestures ... The epidemic progresses at gallop in the homeland of Tolstoy and the government HOUSPIL Its citizens © Alexander Nemenov / AFP Russia is one of the most bereaved countries in the world by the epidemic despite the sanitary measures put in place. Coronavirus - Low vaccination rate, no respect for barrier gestures ...
alerts Mariana Bazo / Reuters A scientist working on tuberculosis in a Peruvian laboratory, May 19, 2016.
"The disruption of health services Essentials due to the coronavirus pandemic could begin to reduce the years of progress against tuberculosis, "warned the Director-General of WHO, while this disease is 4,100 dead per day in the world.
The disruption of health services due to the COVID has dumped years of tuberculosis , whose deaths are returned for the first time in more than ten years, has alerted WHO Thursday.
and the situation seems far from improving because a growing number of people do not know that they suffer from the disease, which can be treated and cured, worries the World Health Organization, in its report. Annual on TB that addresses 2020.
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WHO estimates that about 4.1 million people suffer from tuberculosis but have not been diagnosed or have not been officially declared, a sharp rise in 2.9 million 2019.
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nearly 4 100 deaths per day
the Pandemic of Covid-19 has canceled years of global progress in the fight against tuberculosis, a disease caused by the tuberculous bacillus which most often affects the lungs.
"Tuberculosis is the second most deadly infectious disease in the world after Covid-19, doing nearly 4,100" dead per day, Tereza Kasaeva, the Director of the Global Tuberculosis Program of the WHO, in press conference.
According to the report, some 1.5 million people are in total dead last year, a situation that refers the world to 2017, worries WHO.
Coronavirus in Russia: The country still records a new daily record of infections and deaths
Despite this new peak, the Kremlin still immediately discloses containment measures at the national level © Alexander Nemenov / AFP The Russian government continues to announce records of death and contamination among its population. Epidemics - Despite this new peak, the Kremlin still rejects the immediate containment measures at the national level in recent weeks, Russia chained the sad records : that of the number of infections and deaths. At the coronavirus.
Among them, 214,000 were HIV-positive (against 209,000 in 2019). The others, 1.3 million, were 100,000 more than in 2019.
A "new alarming that should serve as a global warning signal"
"This report confirms our fears than the disturbance of essential health services due to The pandemic could begin to reduce the years of progress against tuberculosis, "said Tedros Adhan Ghebreyesus, the Director General of WHO, in a statement.
"This is a new alarming that needs to serve as a global alert signal as to the urgent need to invest and innovate to address gaps in diagnosis, treatment and care for millions People affected by this old but preventable and treatable disease, " added.
The increase in the number of deaths jeopardizes the WHO strategy which aims to reduce deaths due to the disease by 90% and 80% the incidence rate of tuberculosis by 2030, by Report to 2015.
In addition to the confines that have complicated patient access to care centers, the negative impacts of the pandemic on essential tuberculosis services are numerous, the VIPID-19 vampiring care staff and resources financial and technical.
Eastern Europe facing a new wave of the .
epidemic © Copyright 2021, Obs after two months of decline, the Pandemic of Covid-19 is more virulent in the world, due to a degradation of the sanitary situation. The pandemic, which has been recoiled since the end of August, has regained ground in particular in Europe in countries where vaccination is less advanced, but also in the United Kingdom which has raised this summer almost all the restrictions.