No one knows whether the second coronavirus wave will hit the world or whether it will be more destructive than the first, Tengiz Tsertsvadze, the Director of the Infectious Diseases Hospital said. In his words, in this particular case, people should not put their trust in anybody, whether it be the Director-General of the WHO, the Director of the CDC, a chief epidemiologist, or an experienced doctor.
"Actually, nobody on earth knows whether the second wave will hit the globe and of what magnitude it will be. Even an answer to a simple question of whether or not the novel virus is seasonal has not been received yet. At the example of Georgia, it seems seasonal but not at the example of the world. As you know, in our neighbor Armenia, cases are still being reported. Plus, no one knows if recovered people are resistant to this virus. Unless these questions are answered, everything else is insignificant predictions and useless suppositions only," Imnadze said, adding that the second wave is likely to hit the world but it will be less destructive than the first.