COVID-19 briefing: Experts worry plateau in U.S. cases foretells winter spike (Johns Hopkins)

Johns Hopkins: COVID-19 briefing: Experts worry plateau in U.S. cases foretells winter spike. “A plateau in U.S. COVID-19 cases following several weeks of declining infections is a ‘worrisome’ indication for a potential spike this winter as people congregate inside more often because of holidays and colder weather, a Johns Hopkins University expert said Friday. The United States had been reporting case declines of 10% or more each week throughout September and October, but the 508,332 cases reported this week is nearly the same as last week, according to data from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center.”

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