I was happy to contribute to 's very thoughtful summary of the 'second wave' of COVID-19 in Western Europe. A great read if you're wondering what to think of the situation in France/Spain/UK and where we might be headed in the coming months.
This should be viewed as an advance warning for Canada.
The new Covid-19 case surge in Europe, explained and why deaths creeping up -a good summary via
The new Covid-19 case surge in Europe, explained via Detailed & insightful acct of #COVID in Europe by “Govts congratulate themselves b/c deaths falling. We’re catching #COVID earlier & treating it better."
Here in Austria, and across Europe, #COVID19 cases are rising fast. Today called it “very serious situation” unfolding on the continent. The case tally today looks about as bad as the last peak, in March/April. But is it really? /1
Probably a good time to remember the #covid19 peak in Europe right now is not the same as the peak in the spring
A long winter? The new Covid-19 case surge in Europe, explained via
There will be more preventable disease, suffering and death. And the worst part is that, unlike the first wave, we’ve had more than plenty of warning. This was entirely predictable. Full story here: 7/7
Even so, many EU countries are indeed in a #COVID19 mess again with case counts that rival last spring — though the peak this time isn't the same as the peak last time. Here's my story