COVID-19 cases are up 15% over the past two weeks. Omicron subvariants are responsible for 97% of all new cases. Joy Benedict reports from Los Angeles.
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It feels like everyone’s sick at the moment. Flus, lurgies and COVID are circulating and the surging new Omicron variant is putting hospitals under pressure. As always, there’s a debate about how to respond because while most of society’s done its best to move on from the pandemic, people are still dying. Nadia Daly and Raveen Hunjan look at the human toll.
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UCSF infectious disease expert Dr. Peter Chin Hong says recent gatherings could add to a recent surge in COVID-19 cases, but probably won’t affect hospitalization rates as much.
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