(Worthy News) – Prof. Eran Segal, a leading government adviser on COVID-19 policy, said Monday that the fast-spreading Omicron variant could mark the end of the pandemic as it has been experienced over the past two years.
Asked by Channel 12 news whether Omicron will “kill the coronavirus,” Segal responded: “That’s truly the big question that we all want the answer to. It can be assessed that, yes, and the hope is that yes [it will].”
The Omicron variant, which studies have shown generally leads to less severe infection than the Delta variant did, particularly among those who have been vaccinated, has raised long-awaited hopes that COVID-19 is starting to shift from a pandemic to a more manageable endemic illness like seasonal flu. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]
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