London - The United Kingdom would be on the verge of a second Covid-19 wave, after having reported nearly 6,000 cases of the disease in the last two days, a top WHO official warned on Tuesday.
I'm afraid it's coming, World Health Organization (WHO)'s special envoy on coronavirus David Nabarro, said on Sky News on Tuesday.
However, the expert said that he does not define it as a second wave, but everything indicates that new outbreaks and the number of cases will increase, as a result of the relaxation of social distancing measures, reopening of businesses, and return to school and work.
Now that life has started again, and young people are returning to university, there is some movement due to vacations and returning to work, I am afraid that the virus is going to return, stressed Nabarro, who is also chair of global health at Imperial College London.
The United Kingdom, which accumulates 350,100 cases and 41,554 deaths due to the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, reported almost 6,000 new cases in the last two days, and more than 1,000 daily since August 25.
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