On November 7, local time, the Danish Radio and Television (DR) reported that Hans, the director of the WHO European Office, attended a press conference of the Danish authorities on the 7th.
He thanked Denmark for showing an open attitude and shared information about the situation of the mutant Coronavirus Pandemic Cluster-5 in North Jutland. “It is very important for us to share information between countries and regions.”
He said, “Mutated viruses have also been found in other countries, such as Spain, the Netherlands, Italy and Sweden. However, this is different from the mutations we saw in Denmark.”
Hans said that he did not know the seriousness of the Cluster-5 mutant virus threat, but it is better to be cautious than regret afterwards.
According to the report of the Danish Serum Institute, Denmark has conducted 5,734,139 Coronavirus tests. At present, there are a total of 54,230 confirmed cases of Coronavirus across the country, and 1,050 new cases were added on November 7.
There were a total of 740 deaths, and 2 new cases were added that day. There are currently 187 patients hospitalized, of which 29 patients are treated in the intensive care unit and 20 patients require ventilators.