In April, Corona reported an average of 80,000 cases a day, according to the WHO

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) says an average of 80,000 cases of the coronavirus was reported daily worldwide in April, the number of cases is declining in Western Europe, while the number is increasing daily in Eastern Europe, Africa, Southeast Asia, the Eastern the Mediterranean, and the United States.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that re-testing of Coronado does not mean a new infection, but rather that they are removing dead lung cells. More than 100 such cases were reported in South Korea in April.

A spokesman for the WHO said it was aware of such reports, but according to the latest information and recent data, it appears that these are patients who were removing dead cell material from their lungs during rehabilitation.

He said that we need to collect samples from healthy patients to better understand how long they have been infected with the virus, and we also need to understand whether this means that they can transmit a virus to other people.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says an average of 80,000 cases of the coronavirus were reported worldwide in April, the number of cases is declining in Western Europe, while the number is increasing daily in Eastern Europe, Africa, Southeast Asia, the Eastern Mediterranean and The United States.

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