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Nations Close Borders as Omicron Spreads; Variant’s Severity Unclear

OmicronCountries in which at the new coronavirus variant “Omicron” have been confirmed as of Monday, November 29, 2021. As of now it is still unclear if the new mutation poses a greater risk of severe disease than all other variants known at the present time. Credit: Questzesthttps://bnonews.com/index.php/2021/11/omicron-tracker/CC BY-SA 4.0

A South African physician who was one of the first people worldwide to recognize the existence of the new coronavirus strain, now called Omicron, among her own patients said on Sunday that their symptoms had been so mild that they could be treated at home.

Although the variant has now been diagnosed in many nations all over the globe, from South Africa to Canada, Australia and Great Britain, Dr. Angelique Coetzee, who is the chair of the South African Medical Association, told Reuters that her patients were suffering only “very mild” symptoms.

At that time, she picked up on clues that seven patients in her clinic were experiencing symptoms that were somewhat different from those caused by the Delta strain of there virus, which is by far the most dominant mutation around the world now.

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