A contractor for the Metropolitan Transit Authority disinfects a subway train using an electrostatic sprayer in New York on June 10. Photo: BloombergA contractor for the Metropolitan Transit Authority disinfects a subway train using an electrostatic sprayer in New York on June 10. Photo: Bloomberg
A contractor for the Metropolitan Transit Authority disinfects a subway train using an electrostatic sprayer in New York on June 10. Photo: Bloomberg

Is the coronavirus pandemic entering a second wave?

  • Unclear whether Covid-19 will have similar trajectory to 1918 flu pandemic, which is infamous for its more lethal later surge
  • Experts say the term is ambiguous but people’s behaviour and government actions will be critical
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A contractor for the Metropolitan Transit Authority disinfects a subway train using an electrostatic sprayer in New York on June 10. Photo: BloombergA contractor for the Metropolitan Transit Authority disinfects a subway train using an electrostatic sprayer in New York on June 10. Photo: Bloomberg
A contractor for the Metropolitan Transit Authority disinfects a subway train using an electrostatic sprayer in New York on June 10. Photo: Bloomberg
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