The number of deaths due to infection with the new Coronavirus in the European region exceeded the one million mark, today, Friday, according to a census by “Reuters”.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, Europe has recorded at least 37 million 221978 cases, and one million and 62 deaths, according to a Reuters count.
The deaths in the region, which includes 51 countries, represent about 35.5 percent of the total virus deaths in the world, and 30.5 percent of the total infections.
The European region includes Russia, Britain, the 27 member states of the European Union and other countries.
The Federation provided about 12 vaccine doses for every 100 people, retreating from the United States, which recorded about 34 doses for every 100 people, according to data from the “Our World in Data” site.
Israel is leading the world in immunization efforts, registering 110 doses per 100 people. Immunization with some vaccines requires two doses.