Omicron became dominant strain in France

Omicron became dominant strain in France

The French health agency confirmed that Omicron became the main mutation, the cause of the Covid-19 wave in this country in the past few days. The French government late on December 30 confirmed that 62.4% of nCoV positive tests since …

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Russian businessman sues WHO for Omicron

Russian businessman sues WHO for Omicron

The CEO of the Omicron Network eye clinic chain in Russia sued the WHO, saying that the name of the new nCoV strain damaged the image of the business. Alexander Padar, executive director of the Omicron Network eye specialist clinic …

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Virus ‘hunter’ hypothesizes Omicron origin

Virus 'hunter' hypothesizes Omicron's origin

Tulio de Oliveira, who was dubbed the “hunter” of the virus, hypothesized that Omicron had been incubated in the body of people with severe immunodeficiency, such as HIV infection. The team led by the head of the South African Center …

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Virus ‘hunter’ hypothesizes Omicron’s origin

Virus 'hunter' hypothesizes Omicron's origin

Tulio de Oliveira, who was dubbed the “hunter” of the virus, hypothesized that Omicron had been incubated in the body of people with severe immunodeficiency, such as HIV infection. The team led by the head of the South African Center …

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UK confirms two cases of Omicron mutation

Germany detected a suspected case of infection with the Omicron strain

The UK confirmed the first two cases of infection with the Omicron variant, who were from southern Africa, while Germany also detected a suspected case. “Following genome sequencing last night, UK Health Security has confirmed two cases of Covid-19 with …

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Lines of people leaving South Africa

Lines of people leaving South Africa

Johannesburg airport check-in counters were packed with passengers as people rushed to board flights leaving South Africa due to concerns about the Omicron mutation. According to Google flight data, airfares from South Africa to the UK have tripled in the …

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