COVID-19 infections expected to peak in NSW in July & August 2022 | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “COVID-19 infections expected to peak in NSW in July & August 2022 | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

NSW Coronavirus: NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant says the current wave of COVID-19 infections will peak in late July and early August, predicting that the number of people who will be admitted to hospital will be similar to January’s COVID-19 wave.

“I’m concerned.”

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