Another Surge In Covid Cases Likely In December-End
The Morning Standard|December 02, 2020
Experts warned that cases may increase with Christmas and New Year around the corner
Somrita Gosh

If recent figures of daily new Covid-19 cases reported in the city are anything to go by, the third wave of Covid-19, its worst one yet, may well be headed towards a decline. However, experts believe that there won’t be a drastic drop in the number of fresh cases reported in the city.

Since November 11, the day which saw the highest single-day spike of around 8,500, the city has witnessed a declining trend.

The city’s chief minister and health minister buoyed by the support of experts claimed that the peak was over.

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