We have had a steady increase in cases of COVID-19 for nearly two months. For the last week, they have jumped by 50% on a weekly basis,” the director of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases, Prof. Iva Hristova, told BBC this morning.
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“Nothing unusual is happening. If we go back over the years, we will see that in November there is a peak of the COVID wave. In October we will have quite an increase and hopefully with the November wave it will end. We have every reason for that.” Hristova added.
In the last month, the incidence of COVID-19 has increased by about 7 times
According to her, there is no change with the clinical picture. “This is “Omicron”. Mainly with fever, fatigue, joint and muscle pain, cough, runny nose, sneezing. COVID-19 is a serious disease and cannot be cured in a day or two. There are still complications. You must to be tested so that we can take measures,” Hristova said. She emphasized that restrictive measures are highly recommended. According to her, the first cases of flu are expected in December because the peak is January and February.