Study: 'Omicron' Variant Has 80% Lower Risk of HospitalizationChris Menahan
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The "omicron" variant appears to be quite mild for many, according to a new study out of South Africa.
From Bloomberg, "Omicron Has 80% Lower Risk of Hospitalization, New Study Shows":
South Africans contracting Covid-19 in the current fourth wave of infections are 80% less likely to be hospitalized if they catch the omicron variant, compared with other strains, according to a study released by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases.The top symptoms are similar to a cold, which isn't particularly surprising as the coronavirus has historically been categorized as a cold virus.
Alex Berenson said Wednesday that omicron appears to have already peaked in South Africa.
Same image zoomed into the just the 30 days:
"[D]eaths are approximately 1/12th what they were at previous peaks (some of those are likely from Delta, and many of the rest 'with' Covid deaths)," Berenson said.
"And, again, this has nothing to do with vaccines - almost three out of four South Africans is not vaccinated."
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