After China, there is a sudden spurt in Covid-19 cases in Australia
After receiving a record 31,000 corona cases in China in a single day, there has been a sudden spurt in Covid-19 cases in Australia. The Department of Health said on Friday that there has been a slight increase in active cases of Covid-19 in Australia.
After receiving a record 31,000 corona cases in China in a single day, there has been a sudden spurt in Covid-19 cases in Australia. The Department of Health said on Friday that there has been a slight increase in active cases of Kovid-19 in Australia. The country is nearing the peak of its fourth wave of infections. According to department figures, an average of 11,953 new cases were registered daily this week till Friday, Xinhua news agency reported. On average, 2,242 patients were being treated in the hospital in seven days. Last week there were more than 100 deaths.
Nicola Spurrier, the chief health officer in South Australia (SA), said she believed the current wave was reaching its peak after a 3 percent increase in cases last week.
Nicola Spurrier told reporters, "We are very hopeful that before Christmas the cases will come down and we will be able to enjoy Christmas."
The European Union's (EU) drug regulator has urged Europe to prepare for a new wave of the Covid pandemic as the colder months arrive. Marco Cavalleri, head of Health Threats and Vaccine Strategy at the European Medicines Agency (EMA), told a press briefing: "We haven't seen a large increase in COVID-19 case rates in the EU over the past weeks due to increased immunity following vaccination and natural infection." Have seen Cavallari added, "However, this could rapidly change as we approach the colder winter months.