Omicron surge hasn't peaked nationwide, and 'the next few weeks will be tough:' US surgeon general
Areas that were among the first to get hit hard by the Omicron variant are starting to see their Covid-19 numbers level off or even improve. But that's not the case for much of the country, US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said.
. But that's not the case for much of the country, US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said."There are parts of the country -- New York, in particular, and other parts of the Northeast -- where we are starting to see a plateau, and in some cases, an early decline in cases," Murthy told CNN on Sunday.
"The challenge is that the entire country is not moving at the same pace," he said."The Omicron wave started later in other parts of the country, so we shouldn't expect a national peak in the next coming days. The next few weeks will be tough."Read more: ABC7 Eyewitness News »
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Propaganda Could be a run on tissue to treat the ever dangerous Omicron Los Angeles just reported 126,476 new cases, which means cases are up an astounding 4,436% since the start of vaccine passports and 3,774% since the mask mandate in July Mask mandates and vaccine passports are legitimately some of the most useless policies in world history
It’s all over Lol I’ll be at the Rams game tonight sucking down omicron More fear porn from ABC.
Navigating COVID-19 testing and vaccine requirements for travel in the U.S. and abroadBecause of the rapid pace of omicron infections, countries abroad are changing their entry requirements for visitors. Many towns and cities are also changing their COVID-19 mitigation plans.
As omicron fuels surge, U.S. students stage walkouts to protest in-person classesHundreds of students in Boston and Chicago walked out of classes Friday in protests demanding a switch to remote learning as a surge in COVID-19 cases fueled by the omicron variant disrupted efforts at returning to in-person education around the United States. LetsGoBrandon students do what they're told , omicron is on its way out. the variant will only become weaker from here on. omicron can be treated from dollar tree. All this about literally zero deaths is an evil nefarious agenda from evil forces like those in Biden admin. Morons, led by idiots
COVID deaths and cases are rising again at US nursing homes | AP NewsCOVID-19 infections and deaths are soaring again at U.S. nursing homes. Though the situation is not as dire as at the height fo the pandemic, it has led to new restrictions on visitors and a renewed push to get more residents and staff members vaccinated. About 87% of nursing home residents are fully vaccinated and 63% have received a booster, according to CDC data. Among nursing home staff, 83% are fully vaccinated, but only 29% have gotten an extra dose. It’s the staff. When my Mom was in a nursing home 95% of the residents were vaxed vs 10% of the staff.
Covid-19 Test Distribution Plans Put More Pressure on U.S. SupplyCovid-19 test makers are ramping up production to meet demand supercharged by the Biden administration’s billion-test buy Hell yea! Let's give the Chinese companies making these tests billions. What could go wrong?
Omicron Surge Pressures U.S. HospitalsNewly reported U.S. cases remain in record territory, putting more pressure on hospitals that are already struggling with the explosion of cases resulting from the Omicron variant.
COVID Deaths and Cases Are Rising Again at US Nursing HomesCOVID-19 infections are soaring again at U.S. nursing homes because of the omicron wave, and deaths are climbing too I remember someone that got away with sending covid patients to nursing homes. What political party was that? More likely that it is Delta that's killing them. Omicron is not a killer. Omicron tends to be a sore throat and head cold. Delta is the variant that infects lower in the lungs.