Sarigiannis on SKAI: The virus is slowing down – Up to 3,000 cases on February 20


Good news Professor of Environmental Engineering Demosthenes Sarigiannis on SKAI TV and the show “Unmatched”, as he informed that in the last two days his team has been observing a slowdown in the growth course of the virus, which means that its reversal is beginning.

The indicator that shows how much a coronavirus positive can infect significantly decreases, although it remains high above 2%.

According to the professor, the forecasts for the peak of the cases were recalculated, which is expected around January 20-23, with the average daily cases being estimated at 52,000 to 53,000 and not 80,000 as previously estimated.

“This is positive because it shows that the measures, as much as they operate for a few days, have already begun to have an impact,” Mr. Sarigiannis stressed. He added that two more important factors in the course of the pandemic wave are the rapid incubation of the Omicron mutation and the fact that there is a greater awareness of the world that things are serious.

The models of Mr. Sarigiannis’s team “show” 7,000 daily cases on average at the beginning of February and 2,000 to 3,000 by February 20.

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