Omicron Has a ‘Sub-Variant’ — BA.2

Meet ‘Stealth Omicron.’ Two cases are in North Texas, and in 40 percent of new European cases

Scientists say a “sub-variant” of Covid-19's Omicron variant, (BA.1,) is spreading as BA.2. They call the BA.2 sub-variant, “Stealth Omicron.” But by using the word “stealth,” don’t they make the virus sound like an invisible killer?

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Donald J. Claxton

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Communication consultant with three decades of experience using innovative technology to promote executives in business, schools, campaigns, and government.

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