NCDC Head says peak of coronavirus outbreak in Georgia is expected in 2nd/3rd week of November
NCDC Head says peak of coronavirus outbreak in Georgia is expected in 2nd/3rd week of November

The head of the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health (NCDC), Amiran Gamkrelidze, said that based on different forecasting models, the peak of coronavirus outbreak in Georgia is expected in the second/third week of November.

According to Gamkrelidze, “the growth trend will continue.” As he noted, “the ongoing process is manageable at the moment.”

The NCDC Head added that according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation report, in the past three weeks, coronavirus became the third biggest killer after ischemic heart disease and stroke.

Georgia has reported 1 872 new coronavirus cases, 14 deaths and 603 recoveries today.

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