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More babies going into hospital with Omicron than in previous waves - but illness is milder

Sky News Friday, 14 January 2022
More babies going into hospital with Omicron than in previous waves - but illness is milderMore babies are going into hospital with Omicron compared to previous waves of the pandemic, but their illness is milder, according to the first analysis of hospital data for the variant.
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News video: More Colorado hospitals seeing 'incidental' COVID cases among patients admitted for other things

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During the current omicron variant wave, Colorado hospitals are seeing more people with “incidental” COVID-19 cases who were originally admitted for reasons other than the virus than during previous waves involving other variants, state public health and hospital officials said Wednesday.

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