© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A healthcare worker looks at a COVID-19 patient’s medical notes in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the Centre Cardiologique du Nord private hospital in Saint-Denis, near Paris, amid the coronavirus disease pandemic in France, May 4, 2021. REU
PARIS (Reuters) – The fourth wave of COVID-19 infections should hit French hospitals in the second half of August, professor Jean-Francois Delfraissy said on Thursday.
Delfraissy, who is the head of the scientific council that advises the government on COVID-19 responses, was speaking at a parliamentary hearing.
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