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Projection Shows Harris County COVID-19 Cases Could Rise From 200 To 2,000 Per Month

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There is a projection coming out of PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia that COVID-19 cases in Harris County will rise next month. The model used cellphone data from Unacast that recently gave Houston a grade of an F for social distancing. It predicts the numbers will go from around 200 a day now to over two-thousand daily.

Baylor College of Medicine genetic epidemiologist Dr. Christopher Amos tells KHOU it’s a “very frightening chart,” and adds he agrees “with anxiety that it will provoke.”

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