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Omicron 4 times more transmissible than delta in Japan study

IndiaTimes Thursday, 9 December 2021
Hundreds of researchers globally are racing to understand new Covid variant Omicron, which is the most differentiated strain yet among the five variants of concern identified by the WHO since the pandemic began.
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