- The incoming COVID-19 third wave in the U.S. has the potential to be worse than the preceding two waves
- It’s starting from a higher plateau of daily cases: 45,000
- It’s bound to thrive in the colder climate when most Americans will be forced indoors by the cold
There are growing signs the expected COVID-19 Third Wave starting this fall and extending into winter has already begun to make itself felt in the United States.
U.S. health experts said there are now clear signs a “third wave” might already be here. Since the second wave ebbed on September 9 when the total number of cases per day in the U.S. sank to 34,300, cases have since jumped to 45,300 a day, a 32% increase.
The huge spike is alarming, and reminiscent of the sudden decline and surge that marked the first and second waves.
Of serious concern to doctors