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German And U.K. Officials Warn Of A Possible New COVID-19 Wave In Europe

"I'm afraid you are starting to see, in some places, the signs of a second wave of the pandemic" in Europe, says British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
A graphic shows lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the EU and the U.K., as of July 28. German and U.K. officials warn that the region could be seeing a second wave. Source: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

The European Union successfully flattened the curve of COVID-19 cases in the spring – but a second wave could be building in parts of the EU, according to both British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the head of Germany's disease agency.

"I'm afraid you are starting to see, in some places, the signs of a second wave of the pandemic" on Tuesday.

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