Figure 12. Projections for NCR, assuming the current transmission rates observed during GCQ continue (blue bars). The second scenario assumes a decrease in transmissions and reproduction number to the levels observed during MECQ (green line), while the third scenario assumes an increase in transmissions due to relaxation of community quarantine (red line).

Figure 12. Projections for NCR, assuming the current transmission rates observed during GCQ continue (blue bars). The second scenario assumes a decrease in transmissions and reproduction number to the levels observed during MECQ (green line), while the third scenario assumes an increase in transmissions due to relaxation of community quarantine (red line).

Figure 12. Projections for NCR, assuming the current transmission rates observed during GCQ continue (blue bars). The second scenario assumes a decrease in transmissions and reproduction number to the levels observed during MECQ (green line), while the third scenario assumes an increase in transmissions due to relaxation of community quarantine (red line).