Cases continue to spike and authorities complain some people are being more careless about taking precautions.
Tam said the worst case scenario, a spike to 60,000 daily cases, would occur if people became more sociable.
Even if current restrictions on gatherings are maintained, new daily cases will jump to over 20,000 by Dec. 31 compared with less than 5,000 now.
“Absolutely do not go above what we have now (in terms of daily cases) otherwise we are really in trouble,” she said.
Officials predict that by Nov. 30 the total death toll could be between 11,870 and 12,120, with the total cases between 366,500 and 378,600.
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