The head of the World Health Organization's European office for the World Health Organization (WHO) pointed out that several European countries, including the UK, France and Germany, have lifted COVID-19 restrictions too quickly.

Hans Kluj, head of the WHO European office, said that 18 of the 53 countries covered by the WHO European office are re-spreading COVID-19.

In particular, the number of new confirmed cases is increasing in the UK, France, Germany, and Greece, which is attributed to the highly contagious stealth omicron mutation, but also pointed out that these countries have lifted the Corona 19 restrictions too quickly.

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Europe peaked at the end of January and then declined, but then returned to an increase after the beginning of this month.