Chinese expert: More time needed for Omicron, ‘it deserves higher attention’

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The #Chinese mainland has reported 91 local transmissions on Tuesday, all in its northern Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Meanwhile, Chinese health officials say they are vigilant against the new Omicron variant, and more time and research are needed to better know #Omicron. But “it deserves higher attention.”

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