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Omicron: More Transmissible, Less Severe Due To ‘Common Cold’ Mutation?

Omicron: More Transmissible, Less Severe Due To 'Common Cold' Mutation?
Omicron: More Transmissible, Less Severe Due To ‘Common Cold’ Mutation?

By Tyler Durden

As the Omicron Covid strain gains a foothold – and policymakers begin their Pavlovian knee-jerk to more economy-killing lockdowns, it’s become abundantly clear that this version of the virus is far more infectious than prior strains, yet may also be far less deadly.  In fact, it may unseat Delta as the dominant strain – which could be great news if its effects are as mild as initial reports suggest.

And while the jury’s still out as far as iron-clad peer-reviewed data, early indications suggest that the ‘hyper-mutated’ Omicron has resulted in shorter hospitalizations, along with asymptomatic infections in many. Last week, South African Medical Association chairwoman Angelique Coetezee said “the new Omicron variant of the Coronavirus results in mild disease, without prominent symptoms.”

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