New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the first cases of the COVID-19 mutant “Omicron” in the city.
“The situation has changed. There is a lot we don’t know about Omicron. What we do know is that we have cases in New York,” de Blasio told a news conference.
And the World Health Organization was informed of the appearance of the new “Omicron” mutant for the first time by South Africa, on November 24, according to the United Nations, the large number of mutations in the spike protein of the mutant, could make it more transmissible and more dangerous than All previous breeds.
And the South African Medical Association stated that doctors in the country did not notice any special symptoms on those infected with the new Corona virus, “Omicron”, compared to the “Delta” strain.