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1. #Covid deaths are declining — at the lowest level in almost a year, @DrTedros says as he opens @WHO's press conference. Deaths are highest in countries with least access to vaccines, he says. Not entirely true. US is awash with vaccine & still racking up deaths. Nearly 715K.
"The number of weekly reported deaths from #covid19 continues to decline and is now at the lowest level in almost a year”, says @DrTedros at @WHO presser. "But it’s still an unacceptably high level: almost 50,000 deaths a week, and the real number is certainly higher."
13 October, 2021 - 03:00pm