Wednesday, August 17, 2022

U.S. Records What’s Believed To Be First Known Omicron Related Death

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ABC News:- Health officials in Texas announced Monday that it recorded the first death related to the omicron COVID-19 variant.

This is believed to be the first known recorded omicron death in the U.S.

Harris County Health officials would only say the victim was “a man in his 50s,” who was unvaccinated and had underlying health conditions..

Public health officials do not think omicron is more virulent than previous variants, but they do say in general vaccination and a booster shot when eligible appears to lower your risk for severe illness.

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  1. Who be you spewing such garbage? Allow people to speak their mind without small minds like yours calling it misinformation. The news spreads misinformation and propaganda yet still y’all are glued to it. Such hyprocrites. Y’all always want to silence people when their truth doesn’t match what you are saying. This platform has gotten so boring with the likes of people like you.

    Why don’t you comment on the article and carry on but noooooooo you have to behave like a Karen. St Lucia times should silence you. What @virus says is what many non big pharma bought scientist are saying so gwan with your boring kiss me @&$ comment.

    I bet you’re a vaccinated booster loving fear porn wanna live in a bubble sheeple 🙄. If you want to silence people,go live in Germany,North Korea,Cuba,China etc but as long as we’re a free people you can go hide in your bubble and keep on scrolling. Shissh with these Karens on St Lucia Times.

  2. St Lucia Times, whoever oversees your comments sections on this platform should censure comments like this posed here for spreading dangerous misinformation. The comment from “Virus” should not have been allowed to be posted. One should be allowed free speech, but in this case, this type of speech does not note good faith and contribute meaningfully to an ongoing pandemic that has taken lives, destroyed livelihoods, and crippled economies over the world. Instead, it is disinformation and misinformation with no merit, no supporting evidence and is immoral. The purveyors of these lies and misinformation should not be allowed to vent on the platform in this way.

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