Tx Health experts fear 2nd spike of Covid 19 cases

Texas Health experts say they are worried about a second wave of Covid 19 cases to show up in a little more than a month with the State reopening the economy.

Dr. John Carlo with the Texas Medical Association’s COVID task force explained they are predicting that in july or this fall there could be hot spots flare up as more and more people get out.
“It takes many weeks because of the incubation period of corona virus to really see where these effects are happening when we’re doing these social distancing changes.”

He said that’s why officials continue to encourage social distancing and wearing masks while you are away from home.

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