"We will have the peak of coronavirus in the second half of November," Paata Imnadze, deputy head of the National Center for Disease Control, told TV Pirveli during Diana Trapaidze's Daily News.
"There is coronavirus in the country, the number is growing, and we will probably have the peak number of infections in the second half of November; Fortunately, it is good that the peak of coronavirus does not coincide with the large number of winter viruses that we usually have in late December and the second half of February. "It is perfect for the healthcare system," Paata Imnadze said.
The October 19 coronavirus statistics are as follows:
Confirmed case of coronavirus - 18663
Among them recovered - 8338
Among them the deceased - 143
In quarantine mode - 6407
Under the supervision of a hospital - 2862
Persons staying at Covid Hotel - 1420
Georgian citizens transferred from abroad for treatment - 41.
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