RT correspondent diagnosed with Omicron describes symptoms

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RT’s Paula Slier has recently been diagnosed with the Omicron COVID variant, and has been describing her symptoms. She says, ‘In the beginning, I didn’t even know I had it,’ and describes her symptoms as ‘very similar to those of a common flu’: headache, sore throat, tiredness and feeling generally run-down. A potential cause for optimism amid the rapidly emerging new variant?

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