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Omicron 'raging around the world' and Christmas travel risks increasing infections, US expert warns

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Omicron 'raging around the world' and Christmas travel risks increasing infections, US expert warnsDr Anthony Fauci says Omicron is "raging around the world" as he warned of the increased risk posed to unvaccinated people.
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