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Health experts say they’re starting to see signs that the current wave of COVID-19 is beginning to peak in some places. While the case count seems to be easing in some parts of the East Coast, hospitals are still being overrun by the omicron variant. NBC’s Kathy Park reports for Weekend TODAY.

‘An optimistic trend’: Covid cases are falling, but U.S. isn’t out of the woods yet