Since the onset of the pandemic, 34 nations have recorded a record number of weekly cases due to a string of cases caused by the Omicron type of coronavirus. On Friday, the total number of COVID patients enrolled worldwide surpassed 300 million.
34 nations have registered the most weekly cases since the epidemic began in the previous seven days. These include 18 European nations and 7 African countries, according to the AFP press. There were 13.5 million cases worldwide last week, up 64% from the previous seven days. Simultaneously, the global average death toll has reduced by 3% in the last week, confirming indications that Omicron causes less serious sickness than other variations.
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