COVID cases were recorded per day, less than 30,000 in September according to the Octa Research Team
Written by DZAT on August 31, 2021
The Octa Research Team does not see hitting 30,000 new cases of COVID-19 per day, in the coming month of September, amid the threat of the Delta variant of COVID-19.
Prof. said. Guido David, Fellow of the Octa Research Team, said that since the number of new COVID-19 cases has reached 19,000 per day, it could now climb to 20,000 or more, because the reproduction number or speed of infection is even higher than one percent.
But Dr. clarified. David based on their projection the Octa Research Team does not see up to 25,000 to 30,000 new COVID cases per day.
On the side of Prof. Ranjit Rye, of the Octa Research Team, said the public should be more careful, given the threat of the Delta variant.
He said what is needed now is to further strengthen vaccination, and strict adherence to public health standards. Dr. further clarified. Rye that when vaccinated has another six weeks to wait for its full effect, and the variant seems to be spreading even faster than the vaccination takes place.