South Africa in new surge of COVID from versions of omicron

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South Africa is experiencing a surge of new COVID-19 cases. Surge driven by two omicron sub-variants, according to health experts. Cases have gone from an average of 300 per day in early April to about 8,000 per day this week.
South Africa in new surge of COVID from versions of omicron
6 days ago·Johannesburg, South Africa

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Times of India

covid: South Africa in new surge of Covid from versions of omicron

Rest of World News: JOHANNESBURG: South Africa is experiencing a surge of new Covid-19 cases driven by two omicron sub-variants, according to health experts.

7 days ago·Mumbai, India
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News18 India

South Africa: Rise in Cases After New Covid Surge from Two Versions of Omicron

South Africa's new cases have gone from an average of 300 per day in early April to about 8,000 per day this week

7 days ago·India
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CTV News

South Africa in new surge of COVID from versions of Omicron

South Africa is experiencing a surge of new COVID-19 cases driven by two Omicron sub-variants, according to health experts.

7 days ago·Toronto, Canada
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Washington Times

South Africa in new surge of COVID from versions of omicron

South Africa is experiencing a surge of new COVID-19 cases driven by two omicron sub-variants, according to health experts.

7 days ago·Washington, United States
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abc News

South Africa in new surge of COVID from versions of omicron

Health experts in South Africa say the country is experiencing a surge of new COVID-19 cases driven by two omicron sub-variants

7 days ago·United States
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Associated Press News

South Africa in new surge of COVID from versions of omicron

South Africa is experiencing a surge of new COVID-19 cases driven by two omicron sub-variants, according to health experts. For about three weeks the country has seen increasing numbers of new cases and somewhat higher hospitalizations, but not increases in severe cases and deaths, said Professor Marta Nunes, a researcher at Vaccine and Infectious Diseases Analytics at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto.

7 days ago·United States
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