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Some virologists are already considering stealth omicron a variant of concern. Should we be worried?
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What if, instead of causing "more side effects" than reported, COVID-19 vaccines actually caused fewer?
Is COVID causing diabetes in kids? Can omicron infect you outside now? And are 10% of people really infectious 10 days later?
Around the world, the data's clear: Omicron's rise (and fall) follow a very predictable path.
Take a look around — because this is the wildest part of the pandemic anyone's ever seen. And we've started to normalize a few things we shouldn't.
Alpha, beta, delta — they were all more severe than the original. So why, after omicron, should the next variant be different?
Yes. They do. But since there's a chance they're less sensitive, how many tests do you need before you can say it's definitely COVID — or just a common cold?
Not all coronavirus variants are equal. And this one may not even exist.
Hospitals, animals and miniature human organoids are showing us how omicron causes disease. And the news is mostly good.
The omicron numbers are already awful. Yet there's a case for cautious optimism based on what we've seen so far.