Omicron is softer, but scientists say it’s still too early to relax

Omicron is softer, but scientists say it’s still too early to relax

A sign reminding passengers to wear a face mask to prevent the spread of Covid-19 appears on a bus on First Street outside the United States Capitol on Monday, January 10, 2022. tom williams | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images Infectious disease experts have warned it is too soon for the public to stop … Read more

Giant panda stays plump on bamboo diet thanks to gut bacteria

Giant panda stays plump on bamboo diet thanks to gut bacteria

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Will Omicron be the beginning of the end of the pandemic? -KATU

Will Omicron be the beginning of the end of the pandemic?  -KATU

Will Omicron be the beginning of the end of the pandemic?KATU Transmission of Omicron in a quarantine hotel between two vaccinated people through a hallwayNews-Medical.Net Will Omicron be a post-pandemic turning point?OMCP COVID-19: New data on hospitalizations in South Africa reveals how omicron dodges vaccinesDown to earth magazine Study suggests vaccinated cases of Omicron are … Read more

Volcanic ash delays aid to Tonga as scale of damage emerges

Volcanic ash delays aid to Tonga as scale of damage emerges

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Thick ash on an airport runway was delaying aid deliveries to the Pacific island nation of Tonga, where extensive damage was reported days after a massive underwater volcanic eruption and a tsunami. The New Zealand military is sending drinking water and other much-needed supplies, but said ash on the runway … Read more

Omicron wave shows early signs of easing in states hit early

Omicron wave shows early signs of easing in states hit early

A woman takes a Covid-19 test at a Covid-19 testing center as hundreds of cars and pedestrians line up to take the Covid-19 test ahead of the Christmas holiday season in North Bergen of New Jersey, States United States on December 22, 2021 as Omicron rises nationwide. Tayfun Coskun | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images … Read more

New Zealand sends flight to see damage from Pacific volcano

New Zealand sends flight to see damage from Pacific volcano

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The New Zealand military was able to send a surveillance flight to Tonga on Monday morning to assess the extent of the damage caused by a massive underwater volcanic eruption. A towering ash cloud had prevented the military from launching earlier flights to the Pacific island nation. People in Tonga … Read more

Volcano erupts in Pacific, West Coast under tsunami advisory

Volcano erupts in Pacific, West Coast under tsunami advisory

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — An undersea volcano dramatically erupted near the peaceful nation of Tonga on Saturday, sending large tsunami waves crashing onto shore and people rushing to higher ground. A tsunami advisory was in effect for Hawaii, Alaska and the Pacific coast of the United States, with reports of waves pushing boats into … Read more

Expect more worrying variants after omicron, scientists say

Expect more worrying variants after omicron, scientists say

Get ready to learn more Greek letters. Scientists warn that the meteoric advance of omicron all but guarantees it won’t be the last version of the coronavirus to worry the world about. Each infection offers a chance for the virus to mutate, and omicron has an advantage over its predecessors: it spreads much faster despite … Read more

Expect more worrying variants after omicron, scientists say

Expect more worrying variants after omicron, scientists say

Get ready to learn more Greek letters. Scientists warn that the meteoric advance of omicron all but guarantees it won’t be the last version of the coronavirus to worry the world about. Every infection offers a chance for the virus to mutate, and omicron has an advantage compared to its predecessors: it spreads much faster … Read more

National shortage of RAT tests called ‘hot mess’

National shortage of RAT tests called ‘hot mess’

As Australians struggle to get their hands on rapid antigen tests, one MP has described the current situation as a “hot mess”. With many states changing their testing rules to reduce PCR testing, home testing has become increasingly elusive of RAT testing as case numbers continue to soar. Labor’s Anika Wells described the situation as … Read more