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Delta’s peak is difficult to project, but could come this month | TheHill – The Hill

The delta variant surging through the United States could peak later this month, but experts say…

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The delta variant surging through the United States could peak later this month, but experts say projections are difficult and much will depend on an unpredictable factor: human behavior.
The U.S. is expected to endure a rough next few weeks no matter what.

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