There are signs that Europe’s second wave might have peaked in UK and elsewhere
Visitors watch the dolphins show while keeping one bench as safety distance at the Madrid Zoo Aquarium Park on August 25, 2020, in Madrid, Spain.
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There is cause for cautious optimism in some European countries battling the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, as the rate of daily new infections starts to stabilize.
Meanwhile, a report published Thursday bolstered hopes that the U.K. is getting its recent spike in coronavirus cases back under control.
Imperial College London published the latest findings from an ongoing study into the prevalence of the virus in which it said that the coronavirus’ reproduction (or R) number “had decreased from 1.7 to 1.1 … but with a wide possible range for the recent value of 0.7 to 1.5.”
The R number indicates the number of secondary infections generated …continued .
[Source: CNBC News]