- Jul 4, 2002
But hospitalisations always lag cases and it has only been recently detected in the USA and Australia and in low numbers.
Omicron not fuelling hospitalisations, America’s top medical adviser says
Australia news LIVE: Queensland to reopen borders to fully vaccinated travellers from December 13; Perth stripped of fifth Ashes test; NSW’s Omicron cases growSchool-aged children are on track to receive the coronavirus jab before classes return next year, speculation is mounting that former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian is expected to announce a tilt at federal politics as soon as today and Victoria says it won’t pursue an “Omicron-zero” strategy.www.brisbanetimes.com.au
As posted in the other thread in South Africa hospitalisations are rising and mainly in young children. That is a group in Australia that also has extremely low vaccination numbers and will be so probably to the end of January. The positive though is that it is rapidly coming up to the school holidays.