Cases of Omicron: According to the WHO, Omicron has touched at least 57 nations so far, and hospitalizations are expected to skyrocket. “New evidence from South Africa suggests an increased risk of reinfection,” said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO director-general.
Doctors treating patients in the South African region where. Omicron is spreading have told Sky News that the number of patients reinfected and vaccinated patients contracting COVID-19 has increased.
However, the GPs Sky spoke to verified findings from the. World Health Organization that people infected with. South Africa’s fourth wave of. COVID are displaying “moderate” symptoms rather than severe ones in the majority of instances so far.
“What we are witnessing is a lot of patients being infected again, both vaccinated and unvaccinated patients,” said. Dr Sheri Fanaroff, a private practice GP and founder of the Gauteng GPs Collective.
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