Second wave Covid peak between 20 November and 6 December

By TPN/Lusa, in News · 18-11-2020 10:05:00 · 1 Comments

The peak of the second wave of the incidence of the coronavirus in Portugal is expected to be reached between 20 November and 6 December.

The forecast was made by Lisbon University’s professor of Epidemiology who has been tracking the virus and its trends. According to Manuel Carmo Gomes, the number of cases will reach its peak in the coming fortnight, with 3,200 patients hospitalised of which just under 500 will be in intensive care units. Overall, during that period there will be around 7,000 new daily cases.



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Comments:

Maybe Manuel Carmo Gomes should go back to school - he clearly missed the very first lesson.....VIRUSES DON'T DO SECOND WAVES! Yet more fear propaganda.

"False positive results from inherently unreliable COVID tests are being used to manufacture a “second wave” based on “new cases.”

https://www.globalresearch.ca/chief-science-officer-pfizer-says-second-wave-faked-false-positive-covid-tests-pandemic-over/5724753

Big cases in the Lisbon appeal court also that don't seem to be getting much media coverage...funny that. Summary of rulings:-

"Portuguese Appeals Court Deems PCR tests unreliable” & deemed the forced confinement of people in quarantine centres “unlawful”"

By Sarah L from Other on 18-11-2020 10:40
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