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Hebrew University Experts' Forecast: About 200 seriously ill patients daily; Stabilization - Early February | Israel today


According to the forecast of Hebrew University researchers, in the next 10 days about 900-1,500 severe patients are expected to be hospitalized. • The number of verified in the coming week will continue to be close to 100,000 infected.

Are we heading for the hardest two weeks in the Omicron Wave hospitals?

According to the forecast of Hebrew University researchers, the number of new serious patients is expected to increase in the coming days, and the daily number is expected to exceed 200 new serious patients per day.

Also, over the next ten days about 1500-900 seriously ill patients are expected to be hospitalized.

Stabilization - only in early February.

According to observations in London and New York, there is a reduced chance of deteriorating patients being difficult to breathe.

The rate of infection in the coming week is expected to be high, and the number of verified will continue to be close to 100,000 infected per day.

A significant decrease in infections will most likely occur - only in the first week of February, and will be due to the large number of infections so far, ie the development of the population's immunity due to infection under current conditions.

The significant change in the manner of conduct that has taken place in the last two weeks may lead to a delay in the decrease in the omicron wave, and to a prolonged wave of infection and congestion in hospitals.

Because, according to the researchers, there is no reliable reflection of the state of infection at this stage, the prolongation or renewal of the outbreak will only be detected at the stage of increase in hospitalizations.

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Source: israelhayom

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