Omicron may be ‘more infectious but without the clinical side effects’ says expert

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‘Omicron looks like it might be more infectious without the clinical side effects, which some people have argued would be a very good thing’

Professor Angus Dalgleish questions why the Government have re-introduced Covid measures amid the outbreak of Omicron cases.

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