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Omicron Strain – The Fight Continues…

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Omicron Strain – The Fight Continues…

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“On November 24, 2021, a new variant of SARS-CoV-2, B.1.1.529, was reported to the World Health Organization (WHO). This new variant was first detected in specimens collected on November 11, 2021 in Botswana and on November 14, 2021 in South Africa.

On November 26, 2021, WHO named the B.1.1.529 Omicron and classified it as a Variant of Concern (VOC). On November 30, 2022, the United States designated Omicron as a Variant of Concern, and on December 1, 2021 the first confirmed U.S. case of Omicron was identified.” Source: – CDC 

As America continues to fight through Coronavirus disease 2019, and it’s Variants, we must remain calm and stay protected whether you are vaccinated or not. America must continue to run, and we need to know how to protect ourselves from the Delta & Omicron Variants of COVID-19.

 

What we know about Omicron… – CDC

Infection and Spread

  • How easily does Omicron spread? The Omicron variant likely will spread more easily than the original SARS-CoV-2 virus and how easily Omicron spreads compared to Delta remains unknown. CDC expects that anyone with Omicron infection can spread the virus to others, even if they are vaccinated or don’t have symptoms.
  • Will Omicron cause more severe illness? More data are needed to know if Omicron infections, and especially reinfections and breakthrough infections in people who are fully vaccinated, cause more severe illness or death than infection with other variants.
  • Will vaccines work against Omicron? Current vaccines are expected to protect against severe illness, hospitalizations, and deaths due to infection with the Omicron variant. However, breakthrough infections in people who are fully vaccinated are likely to occur. With other variants, like Delta, vaccines have remained effective at preventing severe illness, hospitalizations, and death. The recent emergence of Omicron further emphasizes the importance of vaccination and boosters.
  • Will treatments work against Omicron? Scientists are working to determine how well existing treatments for COVID-19 work. Based on the changed genetic make-up of Omicron, some treatments are likely to remain effective, while others may be less effective.

Where has Omicron been Detected in the United States?

CDC is working with state and local public health officials to monitor the spread of Omicron. This map shows the states that have detected at least one case of COVID-19 illness caused by the Omicron variant. Omicron will be included in variant surveillance data on CDC’s COVID Data Tracker when it can be reliably estimated at a low frequency.

Recommended:

  1. Reduce your time in populated areas, if given the opportunity; Stay Home!
  2. Wear your Face Mask to help prevent the spread. We recommend getting Face Masks that protect and help provide respiratory protection for the wearer against certain airborne particles.
  3. Get Tested! Get your Covid-19 Self-Testing Kits Today! https://nationwidemedicalsupplies.com

Recommended Face Masks that provide the best protection:

3M Respirator N95

3M™ Particulate Respirator 8210

3M Particulate Respirator 9210+ N95

Moldex N95 1517

3. Feeling Sick? Stay Home!

4. Feeling sick and think you might have COVID-19? Have a Rapid Self-Test Kit delivered to your home. Call Nationwide Expos Today and Ask about how you can buy IHealth Covid-Test Kits!

Call Today at 970-214-9595 

 

Doing research and getting the best quality protective equipment will help reduce the chances of viral infections.

For more information regarding the Coronavirus disease 2019 please visit the CDC Official Website: 

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

 

Sources:

CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/variants/omicron-variant.html

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