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The best way to deal with the new COVID variant is to keep the immunity quotient high throughout the year Even after nearly 3 years, COVID remains a threat to us mostly because the virus is still mutating.

The latest variant of Omicron continues to be a threat to us as it is said to spreading faster than its predecessors and has immune escape properties.

So even if you are vaccinated and also boosted, you still need to be careful. Let's dig deeper to understand, what you can do to further increase your immunity.

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