High Pittsburgh Space Medical doctors Say The COVID-19 Surge May Come In Spring – WPXI

PITTSBURGH – Top doctors in our community say a spike in COVID-19 cases could come in the spring.

“In the medical community, we are concerned,” said Dr. Raymond Pontzer, an infectious disease doctor at UPMC St. Margaret.

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Across Pennsylvania, the 7-day average of new coronavirus cases was constant at 2,000. Allegheny County saw similar stagnant numbers – with about 3,700 cases in the past two weeks.

In WPXI Tonight, this doctor talks about what could be behind the rise in cases and how you can keep your family safe until you get vaccinated.

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