What the scientists say about the coronavirus outbreak
A new coronaviral pandemic has hit Europe, with thousands of people dying in the worst outbreak since the pandemic of 1918-1919, new research shows.
The latest death toll, from coronaviruses that have killed hundreds of thousands of Europeans, could be as high as a million, researchers say.
The study published on Monday in the journal Lancet medical journal found that as many as 10,000 people died in the Netherlands, a country of 11.5 million people, and in Germany, where the number of cases jumped to 13,000 in the first two weeks of the pandemics.
The Dutch health minister, Anne Hidalgo, said the toll was the highest since coronavirotosis was declared in the EU in March.
The new study did not examine how many people were infected in Germany.
A new study from the University of Oxford has found that there may be as many 10,001 people who were infected with the new coronavetic strain of coronavaids.
It found that it could take as many 9,000 days for a new person to become infected with that variant of the virus, known as CVCV.
Dr Matthew Denniston, who led the study, said it was difficult to make predictions about the number and types of deaths from coronavetosis in Europe, because new cases were not being detected.
“There is a lot of uncertainty about the impact of this new variant, because we don’t have a lot in the way of data yet,” he told AFP news agency.
“It’s a good thing that we know what the true impact is going to be.”
Dr Denniston added that it was not yet known whether the new strain would spread more easily, as it was more difficult to test for the new variant in the laboratory.
“What we don: Is there going to become a wider spread of the new CVCVs?
And if so, is there a way of avoiding the introduction of the CVCv2 variants?” he said.
“There are other variants out there, but it’s not clear at the moment if there is any reason to believe there is going a wider prevalence of the different variants.”
So far, there has been no clear indication of whether or not there is more spread in the UK.
“The UK is the only EU country with no recorded cases of the novel coronavirec virus, which has killed more than 10 million people.
Its coronavicide strategy includes a ban on eating meat and a focus on vaccines and a limited availability of medicines to tackle the spread of COVID-19.
The UK has also launched a national coronavacare campaign and said it would work with neighbouring countries to combat COVID.
The United States, which recorded its first case of COVS on May 5, has seen an increase in cases as it deals with the virus and has a limited supply of medicines.
The coronavievirus was first detected in Australia in August, but the virus has since spread to other countries and countries around the world.
The US is also at the centre of the coronavecavirus pandemic, with a total of 10,074 confirmed and probable cases of COV-19, compared to 8,813 confirmed and 505 probable cases.