According to a study by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), at the University of Washington, more than 150,000 people in Europe will die from the new coronavirus, and there will be a significant shortage of hospital beds and respirators.
According to the study, Italy and Spain have surpassed the peak of the epidemic, while the United Kingdom is still in its infancy, facing an increasing number of deaths.
As such, the countries approaching the height of the crisis in this wave of the epidemic are the Netherlands, Ireland, Austria and Luxembourg.
The Czech Republic and Romania are in the middle of the expected course.
Other countries, such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Norway and Greece, will face a rapidly increase in mortality rate when the epidemic peaks in the third week of April.
In Europe, the maximum daily mortality rate from COVID-19 will be recorded in the third week of April. In addition, the pandemic will spread from the south of the continent, according to the new study./ibna