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Omicron Is Now in 38 Countries, WHO Says

Omicron variant detected in 38 countries but no deaths have yet been reported, WHO says. WHO warns it could take weeks to determine how infectious the variant is, whether it causes more severe illness. Omicron infections push South Africa's total cases past 3 million, health officials say.
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WHO Says No Omicron Deaths Yet as Variant Spreads Worldwide, Detected in 38 Countries

The United States and Australia became the latest countries to confirm locally transmitted cases of the variant, as Omicron infections pushed South Africa's total cases past three million.

1 month ago|India
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Coronavirus live | Omicron is in 38 countries, no deaths reported: WHO

The cumulative number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the country crossed 126 crore on Friday, the Union Health Ministry said

1 month ago|India
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Omicron Spreads To 38 Nations, No Deaths Reported, Says WHO

The Omicron variant has been detected in 38 countries but no deaths have yet been reported, the WHO said on Friday, as authorities worldwide rushed to stem the heavily mutated Covid-19 strain's spread amid warnings that it could damage the global eco

1 month ago|New Delhi, India
Daily Mirror
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No one has died from Omicron despite it being detected in 38 countries, WHO says

The Omicron strain has now been detected in US, Australia, Sri Lanka, South Korea and Malaysia - and the WHO says it could take weeks to determine how infectious the variant is

1 month ago|London, United Kingdom
CNBC
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WHO says Covid omicron variant detected in 38 countries, early data suggests it's more contagious than delta

The WHO's Maria Van Kerkhove said there are early indications omicron is more infectious, but additional data is needed.

1 month ago|United States
South China Morning Post
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WHO says no Omicron deaths yet as coronavirus variant spreads

The US and Australia became the latest countries to confirm locally transmitted cases of the variant, as Omicron infections pushed South Africa’s total cases past three million

1 month ago|Hong Kong
Raw Story
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WHO says no Omicron deaths yet, as variant spreads worldwide

The Omicron variant has been detected in 38 countries but no deaths have yet been reported, the WHO said on Friday, as authorities worldwide rushed to stem the heavily mutated Covid-19 strain's spread amid warnings that it could damage the global economic recovery.The United States and Australia became the latest countries to confirm locally transmitted cases of the variant, as Omicron infections pushed South Africa's total cases past three mill…

1 month ago|United States
Al Jazeera
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WHO says Omicron detected in 38 countries, no deaths reported

WHO spokesperson says vaccine makers ‘commendable’ for planning to adjust COVID-19 jabs to protect against Omicron.

1 month ago|Qatar
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WHO says Omicron is in 38 countries, but no death reported

Global health body says it will take several weeks to determine how infectious Omicron is.

1 month ago|Pakistan
Jamaica Observer
Jamaica Observer

Omicron spreads to 38 countries

GENEVA, Switzerland (AFP) - Omicron has been detected in 38 countries but there are no reported deaths so far from the new COVID-19 variant, the World Health Organization (WHO) said yesterday.A WHO spokesman told reporters that the UN health agency had "not seen reports of Omicron-related deaths yet".And Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO's technical lead on COVID-19, said Omicron had been reported in 38 countries, with the variant now spread across al…

1 month ago|Jamaica
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