Europeans tired of the coronavirus pandemic, WHO warns of fatal consequences
Since the coronavirus hit Europe some eight months ago, we've all been forced to make many sacrifices. For some people, living in such an exhausting state for a longer time comes at a huge cost, so we become apathetic, demotivated and simply exhausted. According to WHO, recent studies show that this condition is increasing. And while the level of fatigue is tested in different ways, and different countries have different standards, estimates suggest that the current level is in some cases as high as 60% of the population. Of course, it was to be expected, because it was inevitable when introducing a sanitary regime, but according to the World Health Organization, everything should be done to find the strength to fight a pandemic that continues. Suffice it to mention that in recent weeks we have heard about an average of 266,000 infected and 3.8 thousand people dying from Covid-19 a day (today, unfortunately, we have a double infamous record in Poland, i.e. over 3,000 infections and 70 deaths). Moreover, many doctors estimate that if social behavior does not change, these numbers will be many times higher, instead of falling.