WHO: “It’s not clear yet if Omicron is more transferable”

The World Health Organization declares insufficient data to assess the real danger of the new Omicron coronavirus strain. This was reported by the press service of the organization on Sunday:

“It is not clear yet if Omicron is more transferable” compared to other options, including Delta.

The statement also says, informs News, on the increase in the number of infected in South Africa, but it is not yet clear whether this is due to the Omicron strain or other factors:

“Preliminary evidence suggests that hospital admissions are on the rise in South Africa, but this may be due to an increase in the total number of people infected, rather than the result of a specific Omicron infection.

Another question, which has not yet been answered, arises about the form of the course of the disease – does Omega lead to serious consequences.

The British Department of Health and Human Services announced emergency meeting ministers of health of the G7 countries for discussions the spread of a new strain of coronavirus.

The British authorities announced the country’s third case of infection last night a new strain of Omicron

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