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WHO says 90% decline in COVID deaths since Feb. is ’cause for optimism,’ while urging vigilance against new variants

The head of the World Health Organization said a close to 90% decline in COVID deaths globally compared to nine months ago is "cause for optimism," but urged leaders to remain vigilant as new variants continue to emerge.
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