Does US really have world's highest Covid death toll? A new report suggests other countries had more excess deaths than US during the pandemic.
Weekly Covid-19 death registrations in England and Wales stay above 1,000
There is no evidence yet of a drop in deaths following the peak of the latest wave of infections.
World Health Organisation estimates COVID-19 has killed nearly 15 million people globally
The World Health Organisation's estimate is more than double the official death toll.
Covid: World’s true pandemic death toll nearly 15 million, says WHO
These include deaths from Covid and from the indirect effects of the pandemic over two years worldwide.
COVID led to 15 million deaths globally, not the 5 million reported - WHO
Almost three times as many people have died as a result of COVID-19 as official data show, according to a new World Health Organization (WHO) report, the most comprehensive look at the true global toll of the pandemic so far.
COVID-19 pandemic killed 13 to 17 million in 2020-21: WHO
Most of the excess deaths were concentrated in southeast Asia, Europe and the Americas
WHO says COVID pandemic caused nearly 15 million excess deaths
That's double the more than 6 million COVID deaths that were officially reported by countries.
COVID-19: World Health Organisation estimates 15 million people have died directly or indirectly from coronavirus
The World Health Organisation estimates that 15 million people worldwide have now died of coronavirus - or as a result of its impact on health services.