The World Health Organization has released on its official website the latest data on deaths from coronavirus in the world.
As of 17:02 on September 6, 2021, according to WHO, 4,565,483 people worldwide have died from complications caused by COVID-19. This is the registered number of deaths, which may differ many times from the number of real, taking into account not recorded, deaths.
As of September 5, 2021, the number of vaccine doses administered to the inhabitants of the planet is 5,352,927,296.
At the end of September last year, our edition reportedthat the coronavirus pandemic has claimed the lives of 1 million people worldwide since the World Health Organization’s office in China reported the Covid-19 outbreak in late December, according to calculations by the Worldometer website, which collects data from official updates from government websites. The bill reached 1 million on Sunday afternoon Greek time, just before 19:00.
And in May this year, the World Health Organization warned – the second year of the pandemic may cause more deaths, compared to the first year of the coronavirus pandemic, the second may be more deadly. WHO Director-General Tedros Adanom Ghebreyesus called on all states to take all possible measures to combat the pandemic, and with large volumes of vaccines to share them with countries in need through COVAX. He called this mechanism the most effective, providing a “fast track to equitable vaccination.”