The omicron variant of the coronavirus is found in 15 states in the United States and the cases are supposed to rise too. We are being informed that the omicron variant of the coronavirus had been very much of a fast-spreading disease that we are seeing.
Coronavirus is indeed a really difficult disease to deal with. We are sure that you have been seeing it for 2 years now. This new variant is really another thing to be worried about. The cases are on a rise.
Omicron Covid Variant in at Least 15 States
“We know we have several dozen cases and we’re following them closely. And we are every day hearing about more and more probable cases so that number is likely to rise,” Walensky said on “This Week.”
The omicron variant of the coronavirus is making its way around the world and the United States is not something out of the list. There are a number of people who are worried about the transmission of the virus and due to the mutations, there is going more resistance to the immune system created by the corona vaccine. This can be a thing of concern even though it is not made much probable yet and not confirmed.
“We have about 90 to 100,000 cases a day right now in the United States, and 99.9% of them are the delta variant,” Walensky said in a statement to the people.
After warning cruise passengers about the risk of developing COVID-19 for two years, the CDC finally withdrew the alert on Wednesday.
The agency has updated its website to reflect the removal of the “Cruise Ship Travel Health Notice,” in which it advised against taking cruises due to health concerns. Following inspections of ships with COVID outbreaks, the CDC raised its travel warnings for cruises three months ago to Degree 4 – the maximum level.
The CDC has lifted its travel health advisory, but cruise guests are still responsible for assessing their personal health risks before embarking.
We do not know what will happen in the future. That is all about it. At least that is what we know for now. We will keep you informed on the matter at hand. So do make sure to keep your eyes on the news.