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The mysterious origin of Omicron
The advent and rapid prevalence of the Omicron strain demonstrates the potential of SARS-CoV-2 to evolve its ability to transmit and cause disease. What is particularly surprising, however, is that the origin of the Omicron strain does not appear to have originated from any of the dominant SARS-CoV-2 variants such as the Alpha, Beta, Gamma or Delta strains.
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Delta mutation – When we are most contagious – What vaccinated people need to know
Doctors of the Therapeutic Clinic of the Medical School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Theodora Psaltopoulou, Giannis Danasis, Panos Malandrakis and Thanos Dimopoulos (Rector of EKPA) summarize the data on the incubation period of SARS-CoV https: // .webmd.com / lung / coronavirus-incubation-period # 1).
Four Athens University Medical School professors answer questions about life after COVID-19 vax
Those who have completed their vaccination against COVID-19, whether the two-dose or one version, are less likely to be infected, to come down with a serious case of the virus if they are, and to transmit it to others.
That means that individuals who are vaccinated can gradually resume activities that they were forced to avoid in order to keep themselves and others safe.