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Virus news from Wednesday:
* Omicron will infect ‘just about everybody,’ Fauci says,
* ‘Unambiguously good news’: Sharp decline in COVID wastewater levels in Boston area!

New wastewater measurements of COVID show a sharp decline.
Credit: MWRA via WBUR – NPR radio, Boston


Associated Press: Health officials around the U.S. let COVID-infected staff stay on the job [Ed. note: This after 700 Mayo Clinic health care workers were fired for being unvaxxed.]

The Washington Post: Federal agencies must test unvaccinated workers weekly starting in February, Biden administration says

The Washington Post via MSN: Omicron will infect ‘just about everybody,’ Fauci says

CNBC: Should we treat Covid like the flu? Europe is slowly starting to think so

Forbes: Study Finds Cannabis Compounds Prevent Infection By Covid-19 Virus

WBUR radio, NPR Boston: ‘Unambiguously good news’: Sharp decline in COVID wastewater levels in Boston area

WNBC-4 TV New York: NY Positivity Dips Again, Severe Case Growth Slows; 99% of US Now High Transmission Zones – Omicron variant symptoms are milder than those associated with prior COVID strains, but hospitalizations are still rising. The CDC said Wednesday more than 99% of all U.S. counties are considered high transmission areas

The Defender: DOD Can’t Block Discovery of Evidence in Military Vaccine Mandate Trial, Judge Rules – The ruling could lead to the discovery of evidence of wrongdoing by the federal government and military, including records showing the military violated U.S. Department of Defense official policy by requiring the administration of an Emergency Use Authorization vaccine.

Posted by Steve on January 13, 2022 at 12:42 am | Permalink

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