No sign of second wave before election, but U.S. COVID-19 cases could get worse
Andrew Noymer, associate professor of public health at the University of California, Irvine told said the U.S. is dealing with “sub-epidemics” in an interview with Newsweek. … Noymer said he expects a second wave to hit after the summer ends, pointing out that the fall wave of the 2009 H1N1 flu pandemic happened as early as October, “so there is absolutely potential for a COVID-19 second wave before the election”. …he said. The “sub-epidemics” mean second waves may hit different cities at different times.