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WHO warns of new COVID variants; says ‘can't take eyes of the virus’

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Omicron and all the sub-lineages—are more transmissible than the last variant circulating and we know that that will continue.

There will be more variants of SARS-CoV-2." Hence, “we cannot afford to take our eye off the ball for this virus despite all of the other challenges circulating.""We cannot afford to take our eye off the ball for this virus despite all of the other challenges circulating." -@WHO's #COVID19 technical lead Dr. @mvankerkhove at a briefing on 10 May.

pic.twitter.com/vRdm6YqdZD At the event, the WHO official also pointed out that it cannot be said that the acute phase of COVID is over. "We live in an interconnected world.

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