Paata Imnadze: It's early to speak about second wave - if we learn to live together with COVID-19, it will stay but won't really disturb us

It's early to speak about the second wave, - stated Paata Imnadze, Deputy Director of the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health.

As Imnadze noted, if we learn to live together with coronavirus, it won't disturb us.

"It's early to speak about the second wave because the situation practically shows that there's no emergency with the cases. However, the virus circulates and we need to be cautious. Therefore, if we learn to live together with coronavirus, if we learn to follow trivial rules such as wearing a face mask, distancing, hygiene, avoiding public gatherings - then the virus will stay but it won't disturb us. If we don't follow the rules, we'll end up in the same situation that our neighbors have.

For the record, the total number of coronavirus cases in Georgia amounts to 939. 817 patients have recovered, while 15 have died.

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