Countries across Europe are now seeing a resurgence at COVID-19 instances after successfully controlling outbreaks early in the year.
But how powerful possess the coronavirus comeback already been does this compare to the disease numbers seen from the spring?
Nations in southern-eastern Europe — such as Albania, Bulgaria, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Romania — are visiting greater instance amounts in August than they did earlier this year. Serbia is among those exceptions, submitting similar amounts today to mid-April.
Croatia, Greece, and Malta seem to be undergoing a surge in cases with much higher numbers last week in comparison to the initial wave.
Belgium, Italy, and the UK — one of Europe’s worst-hit nations — are seeing a resurgence, however, so far at least nothing like March and April.
Last Friday, however, Italy enrolled 1,460 new instances, the maximum figure since May 2.
France, Poland, the Netherlands, and Spain are probably dealing with all the much-feared second tide and have begun taking action to suppress it.
The Netherlands enrolled 914 new instances on Tuesday, the maximum figure since April 18, while France announced 7,379 new instances on August 28 — the maximum amount ever recorded.
Please be aware that European nations are running much more tests today than during the initial wave. This strategy might explain, at least partially, the new loopholes in instances.