Delta Spreads So Quickly It ‘Runs Out Of Candidates To Infect,’ Says WHO Expert
Delta infections rise quickly but also recede just as fast: Larry Brilliant
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A World Health Organization (WHO) expert said the Delta variant of COVID-19 spreads so fast that it runs out of people to infect, but also warned that while infections could decline just as fast as the infections increase, “there may be more to come.”
Epidemiology expert Larry Brilliant explained that based on models of Delta variant outbreaks in New York and San Francisco, the variant is spreading in “an inverted V-shape epidemic curve.” He noted that the models suggest Delta infections are increasing fast, but the infections will also decline very quickly, CNBC reported.
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