CNBC: BA.2 version of omicron is now dominant coronavirus variant in U.S., CDC says
The U.S Centers for Disease Prevention and Control said on Tuesday that the COVID-19 BA.2 version of Omicron is now the most common variant. It has been estimated to account for 54.9% of COVID-19 variants in the U.S. Despite the new subvariant’s dominance experts believe it is unlikely that it will cause a similar record spike in cases as the original Omicron variant did in January. Dr. Fauci does expect cases to rise at some level though. The full article by Reuters can be read here on CNBC. For more on COVID-19 click here.