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Is it fair to say a potentially dangerous new variant of the coronavirus, a 'killer variant,' is on its way?
There's a new omicron subvariant taking over: BA.5. Scientists expect it will soon be responsible for most COVID-19 infections. But how dangerous is it? And what protection can vaccines offer?
You may be at risk of catching the new subvariants BA.4 or BA.5 even if you had the original omicron, virologist Alex Sigal told DW's Science Unscripted.
A new omicron subvariant, BA.2.12.1, is spreading in the US and India. German Health Minister Lauterbach has expressed concern about the highly contagious coronavirus variant. Here's what we know so far.
A new subtype of the omicron coronavirus variant is spreading in Denmark, the UK, India, Sweden and many other countries. The exact impact of the genome mutations is still unclear.
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